Pilots say they, too, were molested by Univ. of Michigan doc
February 7, 2021
DETROIT (AP) — A cargo pilot who regularly needed health checkups to keep his license contacted a University of Michigan doctor in 2000. He said he soon learned there was nothing routine about a visit with Robert Anderson.
He said Anderson told him to undress, put on a medical gown and get on a table, instead of simply checking the man's vision, hearing and heart. He said the doctor touched his genitals and gave him a prostate exam.
"I was only 33; I probably didn't need a prostate exam but I was naive," the Ann Arbor-area man, now 53, told The Associated Press. "He examined my whole bod...