Dr. Daniel M. Ibach, MD

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Specializes in Oncology • Male • Age 50

9711 Sherrill Blvd Ste 201
Knoxville, TN 37932
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4.0
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My brother came to him with leukemia. After giving him chemo, he took a turn for the worse and had to spend time in hospital. Dr recommended that he go to a rehab center. That center turned out to be nothing more than a nursing home with no Dr care. When my brother started getting worse it took 5 days to get medical care Dr Ibach refused to have him transferred back to Parkwest by the time they were able to get another Dr to help him it was too late. My brother died as a result

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