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The former medical partner of a doctor accused by the state medical board of endangering his patients now says he wishes he'd turned in his colleague. "It would have been easier on me," said Dr. Brian Golden, the former partner of urologist Dr.
An Andover lawyer, a North Andover chiropractor and one of his employees have been convicted of participating in a scheme to defraud auto insurers out of $130,000. A jury on Monday convicted attorney James Hyde and Dr. Michael Kaplan of dealing with
The Nevada State Medical Board, which suspended Dr. Michael Kaplan's medical license in March because he reused single-use medical devices in prostate biopsy procedures, reinstated his license Tuesday. And the board stipulated in its reinstatement
whose medical license was suspended last month for reusing single-use-only medical devices -- believes the process of notifying patients that they should be tested for blood-borne diseases is infected with incompetence.
A letter sent by Dr. Lawrence Newman to 150 of his patients takes "complete responsibility" for putting them at risk for HIV and hepatitis because of his breach of infection control. The March 28 letter, obtained Thursday from one of Newman's
When Dr. Lawrence Newman learned that the FDA and the Nevada State Medical Board sanctioned Dr. Michael Kaplan in early March for reusing single-use medical devices during prostate biopsy procedures, he reported himself to the board and began
The recent advertisement defending Dr. Michael Kaplan -- the Las Vegas Valley urologist whose medical license was suspended for reusing single-use needle guides -- sheds a faint light on a little-known truth. Although a medical device is labeled
Embattled Dr. Michael Kaplan is fighting back in his attempt to have his license to practice reinstated. The urologist, whose license was suspended for reusing single-use needle guides, took out an advertisement this week in the Review-Journal
A Las Vegas Valley urologist whose medical license has been suspended for reusing single-use needle guides blames an unnamed equipment vendor for suggesting he could do so, according to a paid advertisement in today's Review-Journal...Kaplan's
Lee Horstein remembers the phone call from Dr. Michael Kaplan. "It was after my second prostate biopsy from him about four years ago," the 69-year-old retired businessman said as he sat in an auditorium at the Nevada Cancer Institute. "I had a