How can one midiagnose cancer in spite of rapid growing, plainly visible lumps, unless they neglect to perform an biopsy? Yet this has happened with Kosove with at least two patients, both now deceased, within considerably less than a year's time of each otherHe seemed more concerned with getting at least one of his victims in for hearing test than paying attention to requests for urgent appointments, or performing a biopsy.His beard may remind you somewhat of Santa Claus, but given the chance he would probably take any future Happy Holidays away from you too, after seeing your loved one pass away in such a horrific manner. I see on another websight that he has an ad placed until 2030 which would make him about 85 at that time. What the... what?He's already somnambulistic.I don't think the agent from the Cancer Society who was informed of his wasting 90-120 days of precious time in one case, to where the tumour could no longer be taken off surgically, meant 2030 when she said""It could have been prevented, and he should be put out of business."", and she certainly didn't go for his attempt at shifting blame by telling his victim's surviving family members that he does the best he can, but might misdiagnose one or two ever so often, and perhaps if she'd had faster treatment.
Cons: Loss of loved ones.