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A GP who implored the GMC to ban him from practising medicine because he could not stop having affairs with patients has been struck off.

Dr John Razzak, 46, formerly a GP in St Peter Port, Guernsey, told the GMC that his behaviour was a 'clear-cut case of gross misconduct, warranting erasure'. In a resignation letter to partners at the Queen's Road Medical Practice, Dr Razzak wrote that he had 'a fundamentally flawed personality which makes me permanently unfit to be in a position of trust as a GP'.

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