Many pilots fear that a medical misunderstanding will cost them their career. Because of the draconian laws surrounding the FAA’s medical process, these fears are justified. Keep in mind that piloting is a “privilege” and not a constitutional right, and thus whose who fly don’t have the legal protections that most Americans take for granted. One of the oldest legal protections is physician-patient privilege. In order for a doctor to properly treat you, you ...

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