Nevada governor scraps effort to remove medical board members
AP/San Francisco Chronicle, March 31, 2008
Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons has ended efforts to oust three doctors from the state's Board of Medical Examiners because of their ties to the owner of a Las Vegas clinic where flawed procedures set off a regional health scare. Gibbons now plans to appoint three temporary board members able to step in as the panel deals with matters involving the clinic linked to a hepatitis C outbreak.
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