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An appellate court in California, in an October 13 decision, rejected a suit by a physician seeking both to void his license probation and to claim damages from an alleged failure by the state's medical board to communicate with a hospital who, seeking to employ the physician, had enquired with the board whether that probation restricted the physician's license.
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