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|An Ontario doctor used intimidation, threats and gifts to steer vulnerable methadone patients to the pharmacy linked with his clinic, according to “very serious” charges the province’s medical regulator has been ordered to investigate anew.
The case was revealed in a recent disciplinary-appeal ruling as Canada’s booming population of methadone patients — and the multimillion-dollar industry surrounding them — comes under increasing scrutiny.
Ontario’s College of Physicians and Surgeons failed to properly examine allegations of conflict-of-interest before clearing Dr. Jatinder Dhillon of Brantford, of wrongdoing, an appeal tribunal said in the decision.
Aided by new evidence in the form of signed statements from patients and pharmacy workers, the college should now “undertake any further investigation necessary” to assess the charges, said the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board.
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