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This profile was last updated on 4/6/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Michael Cutler

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Employment History

Education

  • M.D.
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Players [FamilyVsState.org>EmmaSmith.org]
www.emmasmith.org, 6 April 2006 [cached]
Michael Cutler, M.D. Total Health Institute 385 West 600 North, Lindon, Utah 84042 ph: 801-796-8112; fax: 801-796-8112 email: info@totalhealthinstitute.net
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SHF, PCMC (L Frazier / L S Fang) DCFS and AAG Cliff Peterson now slander Dr Cutler, denying his qualifications since he did not agree with them while they continue to blame the Vegan diet rather than viral or other contributing (CO - unknown at time) causes - that were concurrently seriously affecting all family members (with what appeared like the community's serious epidemic flu).
FactConclusionsOrderFull9Jan04 [LifeSave.org]
www.emmasmith.org [cached]
Exhibit #5:Medical records of Dr. Michael Cutler from 2003 regarding Matthew Thaxton (including lab results).
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Exhibit #7: Medical records of Dr. Michael Cutler from 2003 regarding Marylee Thaxton (including lab results).
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Exhibit #8: Medical records of Dr. Michael Cutler from 2003 regarding Sarah Thaxton (including lab results).
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7. Matthew became ill prior to his appointment with Dr. Cutler.
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9. On January 6,2003, Matthew, Sarah, and Marylee were evaluated by Dr. Cutler.
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10. On January15, 2003, Matthew was taken again to Dr. Cutler.
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11. On February 12, 2003, Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
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12. On April 16,2003, Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
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An appointment was set by Dr. Cutler for Matthew to come back in six months, on October 15, 2003 at 2:00 p.m.
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1. Michael Cutler, M.D.
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c. A follow up visit with Dr. Cutler for January 6,2003.
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15. On January 6,2003, Matthew, Sarah, and Marylee were evaluated by Dr. Cutler.
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20. On January 15, 2003, Matthew was taken again to Dr. Cutler.
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Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
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On April 16, 2003, Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
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An appointment was set by Dr. Cutler for Matthew to come back in six months, on
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21. Dr. Cutler did not observe the child experiencing tremors of any kind during the above appointments.Dr. Cutler did not order any more blood tests of Matthew after the first blood test on January 15, 2003, despite the recommendation from Dr. Frazier Kimball that regular blood tests were necessary until the child's B-12 levels were restored to a normal, safe level.
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22. The parents made a joint decision with Dr. Cutler to not have Matthew receive additional blood testing beyond January 15,2003.
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All treatment decisions, including blood testing and B-12 supplementation decisions, made by the parents while the child was under Dr. Cutler's care were joint decisions, with the parents maintaining primary responsibility for all decisions.Dr. Cutler's philosophy of practicing medicine is that his role with the Thaxtons was to instruct and counsel and let the Thaxtons be the ultimate decision-makers.Dr. Cutler believes that the mainstream medical establishment imposes on patients in taking away from them their decision-making ability as patients, and the court infers from Dr. Cutler's testimony that, if the Thaxtons
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had opposed additional blood tests, then Dr. Cutler would have respected that decision.The Court likewise infers that, if the Thaxtons had opposed B-12 supplementation, then Dr. Cutler would have respected that decision also.In further support of these inferences, the Court notes Dr. Cutler's testimony that he believed that Carolee Thaxton knows more than many doctors about vegan nutrition.Dr. Cutler's follow up care with the child included no further blood tests except the initial test, and instead consisted only of clinical observation which included visual examination of the child and review of his height and weight.Dr. Cutler did not attempt to inform or educate himself about vegan nutrition at the time he was the family physician for Matthew from January 2003 to May 2003.
VeganWitchHunt [LifeSave.org]
www.emmasmith.org, 15 Jan 2004 [cached]
Michael Cutler, M.D. Total Health Institute 385 West 600 North Lindon, Utah 84042 ph: 801-796-8112; fax: 801-796-8112 email: info@totalhealthinstitute.net
Players [FamilyVsState.org>EmmaSmith.org]
www.emmasmith.org, 12 Oct 2003 [cached]
Michael Cutler, M.D. Total Health Institute 385 West 600 North, Lindon, Utah 84042 ph: 801-796-8112; fax: 801-796-8112 email: info@totalhealthinstitute.net
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SHF, PCMC (L Frazier / L S Fang) DCFS and AAG Cliff Peterson now slander Dr Cutler, denying his qualifications since he did not agree with them while they continue to blame the Vegan diet rather than viral or other contributing (CO - unknown at time) causes - that were concurrently seriously affecting all family members (with what appeared like the community's serious epidemic flu).
FactConclusionsOrderPart9Jan04 [LifeSave.org]
www.emmasmith.org, 6 April 2006 [cached]
7. Matthew became ill prior to his appointment with Dr. Cutler.
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9. On January 6,2003, Matthew, Sarah, and Marylee were evaluated by Dr. Cutler.
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10. On January15, 2003, Matthew was taken again to Dr. Cutler.
...
11. On February 12, 2003, Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
...
12. On April 16,2003, Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
...
An appointment was set by Dr. Cutler for Matthew to come back in six months, on October 15, 2003 at 2:00 p.m.
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1. Michael Cutler, M.D.
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c. A follow up visit with Dr. Cutler for January 6,2003.
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15. On January 6,2003, Matthew, Sarah, and Marylee were evaluated by Dr. Cutler.
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20. On January 15, 2003, Matthew was taken again to Dr. Cutler.
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Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
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On April 16, 2003, Matthew was seen by Dr. Cutler.
...
An appointment was set by Dr. Cutler for Matthew to come back in six months, on
...
21. Dr. Cutler did not observe the child experiencing tremors of any kind during the above appointments. Dr. Cutler did not order any more blood tests of Matthew after the first blood test on January 15, 2003, despite the recommendation from Dr. Frazier Kimball that regular blood tests were necessary until the child's B-12 levels were restored to a normal, safe level.
...
22. The parents made a joint decision with Dr. Cutler to not have Matthew receive additional blood testing beyond January 15,2003.
...
All treatment decisions, including blood testing and B-12 supplementation decisions, made by the parents while the child was under Dr. Cutler's care were joint decisions, with the parents maintaining primary responsibility for all decisions. Dr. Cutler's philosophy of practicing medicine is that his role with the Thaxtons was to instruct and counsel and let the Thaxtons be the ultimate decision-makers. Dr. Cutler believes that the mainstream medical establishment imposes on patients in taking away from them their decision-making ability as patients, and the court infers from Dr. Cutler's testimony that, if the Thaxtons
(Page 9 of 18)
had opposed additional blood tests, then Dr. Cutler would have respected that decision. The Court likewise infers that, if the Thaxtons had opposed B-12 supplementation, then Dr. Cutler would have respected that decision also. In further support of these inferences, the Court notes Dr. Cutler's testimony that he believed that Carolee Thaxton knows more than many doctors about vegan nutrition. Dr. Cutler's follow up care with the child included no further blood tests except the initial test, and instead consisted only of clinical observation which included visual examination of the child and review of his height and weight. Dr. Cutler did not attempt to inform or educate himself about vegan nutrition at the time he was the family physician for Matthew from January 2003 to May 2003.
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