A Queens judge threw out a patient's lawsuit against his doctor for purportedly giving him bad investment advice. John Otto, a former patient of renowned erectile dysfunction expert Dr. Arnold Melman, claimed that the physician abused his power by repeatedly suggesting that Otto put money into his drug development company. Throughout years of treatment of a "highly special nature," Melman allegedly recommended that Otto buy $1 million of shares in Ion Channel Innovations — an investment that Otto claims hasn't paid off, the Daily News reports. According to court documents, the doctor's lawyer says it's too early to expect results. "Dr. Melman is also an investor in Ion Channel, and he, too, has yet to receive a return on his investment," the attorney said. "That is the nature of investing in a startup biotech company."