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Reflecting on the Christopher Duntsch case, three years later
It has been two years since Christopher Duntsch, MD, was convicted of a felony count of injury to an elderly person and sentenced to life in prison. Duntsch, a former neurosurgeon practicing in the Dallas area between 2012 and 2013, allegedly killed or maimed as many as 35 patients in botched surgeries. His arrest made national news when it was revealed that he had a history of failed surgeries spanning multiple hospitals.
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