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State suspends obstetrician's license

Calls Winchester Hospital doctor a threat

By Carey Goldberg and David Abel
Globe Staff / March 13, 2008

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State medical regulators suspended the license yesterday of a Winchester Hospital obstetrician with a trail of serious patient complaints stretching back more than a decade, including a settled malpractice case from 2000 in which it was alleged that she went to lunch at a critical stage of the mother's labor. The baby died 45 minutes after being born. (Full article: 911 words)

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