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The state medical board erred when it denied a physician the opportunity to testify as an expert witness in her own disciplinary proceeding, a Virginia appellate court ruled March 14. But the court nonetheless upheld the board's decision because the licensee had failed to provide the court with the substance of the testimony she would have offered.
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