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Two more women testify to alleged sexual misconduct by Windsor doctor

Dr. Bassam El-Tatari hugged her tight for several minutes, started kissing her on the cheek, then made sexually suggestive comments at the end of her medical appointment, a former patient testified Wednesday at the Windsor family physician’s sexual assault trial. 555 more words

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Newboro doctor with 'special interest in pain management' suspended for misconduct

A longtime Newboro physician has been suspended for six months by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario for professional misconduct, specifically involving the over-prescription of opioids and dubious treatment practices. 253 more words


Gay ‘cure’ therapist had sex with patients

FURTHER proof that those who hate LGBT the most are the ones who are deepest in the closet.

Dr Melvyn Iscove, 72, was registered as a psychiatrist with the  College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, and claimed to be able to ‘cure’ patients of ‘same-sex attraction’.

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Fertility clinic doctor in London, Ont. banned from practice for two years

A decade after complaints against her were first addressed behind closed doors, Cathy Frank has had her medical licence yanked for two years, a regulatory college reports. 323 more words


Peterborough physician accused of professional misconduct, faces discipline hearing

A doctor who operates a walk-in clinic in Peterborough is facing a disciplinary hearing for alleged professional misconduct.

According to documents from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario… 314 more words


Comber family doctor to receive award for dedicated service

Dr. Raymond Anderson still makes house calls.

It’s one of the things that sets apart the Comber doctor in the way he practises medicine. For 42½ years, he has been available to his patients day or night. 331 more words

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COMMENTARY: Doctor's discipline case is example of doing the wrong thing for the right reason

The trade-offs between an individual’s rights and society’s needs will always be complex. We’ll never get it perfectly right. And a fascinating case in Ontario shows us exactly why that balance will remain forever out of each. 738 more words