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An Illinois appellate court, in an August 8 decision, dismissed the appeal of a doctor who argued that a consent agreement that placed his license on permanent and irrevocable inactive status was invalid because the doctor, having not read the agreement, was unaware of what it contained when he signed it (Igram v. Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation).
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