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What you are talking about is a suit for medical malpractice. You will have to prove that the physician did not meet the standard of care and caused you damage. The standard of care is how a physician with a similar specialty would act in a similar circumstance. Here it would be very difficult to prove that medical malpractice is present by simply not prescribing medications. Normally medications are only part of the equation of treatment as therapy and other types are sometimes used as well. If the normal standard of care is to prescribe medications in your circumstance then you may have grounds to file a suit.
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