Sex, Drugs and Deviancy …
NEW BOOK REVEALS SEAMY UNDERSIDE OF
HIGH PROFILE DOCTORS
BEVERLY HILLS, CA – A new book by a celebrity biographer and former “surgeon to the stars” has many people wondering – and more than a little concerned – about that next trip to their trusted doctor.
Dysplasia, by Brad Lewis, examines the sordid lives of esteemed physicians in a high-profile New York OB-GYN practice. Filled with kinky sex, egomaniacs, and greedy doctors who perform “medically necessary” operations to increase cash flow, Lewis’ depiction of doctors includes massive doses of infidelity, sexual deviancy and even murder.
Lewis is leaving the door open as to how much his book imitates real life.
“Dysplasia is a story based in part upon what I observed and experienced working with the medical elite,” says Lewis. “In terms of bizarre behavior, odd sexual practices and human weaknesses, health professionals are no different than any other segment of the population. Assuming well-known doctors are model citizens by default isn’t practical. They’re not.”
Some of the issues featured in Dysplasia include:
Deviant, kinky and extreme sex, drug abuse and violence – the “other side” of the lives of medical doctors.
The harsh reality of how and why physicians routinely perform unnecessary procedures and operations.
Racism in the distribution of medical services -- How many doctors focus their attention where the most money – not the greatest need – exists.
The shocking lack of attention many leading doctors pay to ongoing medical research.
Brad Lewis is a novelist, biographer, playwright and former actor. As an oral surgeon, he practiced in both New York and Beverly Hills. His offices treated numerous celebrities including Richard Nixon, Frank Sinatra, Willie Mays, Diane Keaton, Hugh Downs, Henry Mancini and Henry Kissinger.