Troubled drug program for California doctors shuts down
Sacramento Bee, July 7, 2008
California's drug and alcohol diversion program for doctors has quietly ceased operation after 27 years. The now-defunct program for physicians was operated by the California Medical Board. California Sen. Mark Ridley-Thomas has now authored a bill which would set uniform standards by January 2010 to monitor health professionals in treatment programs.
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