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Discipline reinstated for doctor who omitted troubled history

The state's Department of Financial and Professional Regulation was not unduly harsh when it revoked the license of a doctor who had omitted a troubled history of failed and incomplete residencies from his license application, the First District Appellate Court of Illinois ruled September 10. The court overturned a state circuit court that rejected several attempts by the state to discipline (Kazmi v. State Department of Financial and Professional Regulation).

The state's Department of Financial and Professional Regulation was not unduly harsh when it revoked the license of a doctor who had omitted a troubled history of failed and incomplete residencies from his license application, the First District Appellate Court of Illinois ruled September 10. The court overturned a state circuit court that rejected several attempts by the state to discipline (Kazmi v. State Department of Financial and Professional Regulation).

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