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Topic - General Medical Council
The General Medical Council (GMC) is a fee-based registered charity with statutory obligation to maintain a register of medical practitioners within the United Kingdom. The current chair of the council is Professor Sir Peter Rubin and current chief executive and registrar is Niall Dickson. - Source: Wikipedia
More than three-quarters of British doctors prescribe a treatment they know probably won't work at least once a week, like low-dose drugs, vitamins, nutritional supplements or an unnecessary exam, according to a new survey.
British police say a surgeon is being investigated by both detectives and the country's General Medical Council over allegations about his treatment of more than 1,000 breast cancer patients.