By James Girards.
We've received audio from Duntsch's medical school. The speaker is one of Duntsch's supervisors from his training program. In this excerpt, he says they received a report Duntsch liked to do drugs before surgeries and they put him in an impaired physicians program as a result. He says Duntsch was closely supervised after that and not allowed to operate independently. He says it made them all nervous. Not, perhaps, as nervous as the unsuspecting patients he operated on should have been. Why did Baylor Health System ever allow this doctor to operate on anyone at all - much less without any supervision or drug testing?
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