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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).

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