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A state appellate court in Mississippi upheld discipline imposed by the state's medical board on a doctor who supplied thousands of diagnoses to claimants in silicosis litigation. The diagnoses, the court held, were the product of patient-physician relationships (Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure v. Harron).
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