Apparently committing illegal human experiments, lying to study subjects about the risks, and committing assault and battery against study subjects do not violate the North Carolina Medical Practice Act.
The North Carolina Medical Board refused last week to take disciplinary action against the three EPA docs involved in the illegal human experiments that have been conducted and that are still being conducted at the EPA gas chamber located at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. The disciplinary action was originally requested by Steve Milloy and Dr. John Dale Dunn in June 2012.
Without explanation, the Medical Board stated,
While we know you may not agree with the decision, you can be sure it was reached after a fair and thorough evaluation.
We are only sure, of course, that this action says more about the Medical Board and its dubious investigation than it does about the evidence we presented.
I wonder how hard it would be to identify the conflict-of-interest between the Medical Board and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.