A former boxing-ringside doctor lost his appeal of the revocation of his medical license when an Illinois appellate court in Chicago rejected the doctor's claim that a state regulatory official was biased. The doctor claimed that the official, formerly in charge of medical investigations and prosecutions, had requested free medical care while attending fights at which he was practicing. The appellate court ruled the doctor had failed to provide concrete evidence of the alleged bias
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