Report: California Medical Board Forgives Sexually Abusive Doctors

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A new investigation by the Los Angeles Times looks at the cases of California doctors who were barred from practice for sexually abusing patients. And it uncovers an alarming pattern: more than half of those who sought to get their licenses back since 2013 were reinstated by the state Medical Board. That’s a higher rate than for doctors who lost their licenses for all other reasons, the Times found. We’ll talk with Times reporters about their investigation, the lack of repercussions for abusers, and hear the stories of abuse victims. 

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Guests:

Brittny Mejia, metro reporter, Los Angeles Times

Jack Dolan, investigative reporter, Los Angeles Times

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