HAGERSTOWN, Md. — A report is blasting the state medical board’s decision to license a doctor in 1996 despite his conviction for raping a Florida woman at gunpoint 10 years earlier.
The report from the inspector general of Maryland’s public health agency released Wednesday says the Board of Physicians should have scrutinized William Dando’s application from the start, since it knew he was under treatment for substance abuse.
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