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Duane Houdek, executive secretary, North Dakota Board of Medical Examiners

Allowing doctors with abuse problems to continue practicing is common in N.D.

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FARGO -- An oral surgeon tested positive for methamphetamine. An on-call pediatrician arrived to work with a blood-alcohol level of 0.296 percent. A urologist consumed alcohol while on call, urinated in public, and was then arrested.

All are North Dakota-licensed physicians disciplined by the state Board of Medical Examiners in 2013.

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