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The Big Interview: Dr Richard Scott

Pulse meets Dr Richard Scott, the GP given a formal warning by the GMC for bringing his faith into a patient consultation. ‘I thought the GMC was there to protect doctors as well as patients - that doesn’t seem to be the case’

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  • I've seen this guy on TV talking about contraception/TOP... Crazy...

    I'm not religious but regardless, there is no place for religion, in any form, in the doctor-patient relationship. Some people believe in horoscopes, others in god. It should not detract from your responsibility as a doctor.

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