In September of 2008, at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in Scotland, Dr. Emmanuel Kingsley Labram assured his patient and her husband that he removed all of the 1-inch tumor she had in her brain. He lied. He only removed four tiny fragments. Labram covered up his actions for two years by falsifying records.
In 2010 the patient sought another opinion and the truth was discovered. Unfortunately by then the tumor was inoperable.
A fitness to practice panel found Labram guilty of serious misconduct. Labram’s name will be erased from the General Medical Council’s register of doctors, subject to his legal right of appeal, although the panel decided to impose an immediate order of suspension so he can’t work during that time.
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