From the follow-up Channel 4 story:
The drug dog (named LEO) wasn’t certified for drug detection and the doctors at Gila Regional Medical Center who performed the procedures may lose their licenses to practice medicine.
Hooray for the doctor they contacted first.
He refused to do the procedure.
Sweet! Hopefully that will serve as a warning for any other doctors who might consider participating in government ordered medical procedures.
One trick that might work is claiming an allergy. Any drug they try to give you claim to be allergic. Even claim to be allergic to the latex in their gloves so they have to get other ones. The doctors don't have the time to check whether you actually do have an allergy and they will be scared to perform a non-emergency procedure when they have been informed there is a risk of allergic reaction.
That’s just a good start on resolving this. Those chancre mechanics should never darken the door of a medical facility anywhwere as a doctor again. They shouldn’t even be a janitor on the third shift...