Recent cases in Arizona, Miami, California, and Connecticut of doctors practicing medicine despite nonexistent, suspended, or revoked licenses highlight the importance of vetting physicians before you enter the waiting room. Arizona officials in August revoked the license of family doctor Allen B. Aven , who had practiced in Tucson for two years even though Illinois regulators had placed his medical license there on probation and suspended it following evidence he'd had a sexual relationship with a patient. Arizona officials began investigating Aven in November, but it wasn't until April that they placed any kind of restriction on his license in that state as they reviewed his case.
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