TX Docs Accused of Sex Offenses Often Keep Licenses

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The Texas Medical Board routinely allows doctors accused of sexual abuse of patients to keep their licenses, reports the Austin American-Statesman. Between 1999 and 2016, three out of every four Texas doctors disciplined for sexual improprieties with patients were allowed to continue working as physicians. Of the 200 doctors disciplined, about 50 lost their licenses. Of . . .

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