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The Oregon Court of Appeals, in an August 3 decision, granted a hearing to resolve a factual dispute in the case of a physician whose license was revoked by default after he failed to arrive for the beginning of his hearing, in the mistaken belief he could skip the first few hours (Yankee v. Oregon Medical Board).
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