There are victims and then there are leaders. Dr. London was supposed to be the former, but she has become the latter. After enduring years of erroneous claims made against her by the DEA and the Maine medical licensing board, she decided to take matters into her own hands by attending law school.
Now in her last year of law school, she intends on becoming a leader in opioid policy and medical jurisprudence.
To learn more about her research, please see the publication below:
Antibiotic Prescriptions Associated With COVID-19 Outpatient Visits Among Medicare Beneficiaries, April 2020 to April 2021
Outpatient Visits for COVID-19 and Associated Antibiotic Prescriptions Among Medicare Beneficiaries Aged 65 Years or Older, by Setting, US, April 2020 to April 2021. The volume of COVID-19 visits differed by setting: emergency department, 525 608 (45.8% of all visits); office, 295 983 (25.3%); telehealth, 260 261 (22.3%); and urgent care, 77 268 (6.6%).
Source: Journal of American Medical Association Network