Summaries of Regents Actions
On Professional Misconduct and Discipline*
July 1997

Acupuncture - Certified Social Work - Dentistry - Professional Engineering and Land Surveying - Nursing - Pharmacy - Podiatry - Psychology - Public Accountancy - Respiratory Therapy

Acupuncture

Guo-Guang Chen, Flushing, NY

Profession: Acupuncture; Lic. No. 000190; Cal. No. 16581
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: $1,000 fine, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of delegating professional responsibilities to an unlicensed person.


Certified Social Work

Lawrence Arthur Malakie, Batavia, NY

Profession: Certified Social Worker; Lic. No. 004211; Cal. No. 12605
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Indefinite suspension of not less than 18 months and until terminated as set forth in consent order application, after the period of actual suspension, probation 1 year, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of having sexual intercourse with a client.

Ronald W. LaDuca, Lewiston, NY

Profession: Certified Social Worker; Lic. No. 033337; Cal. No. 16415
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Censure and Reprimand, probation 1 year, $750 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of abandoning a patient in need of immediate professional care.

Robert J. Caruana, Potsdam, NY

Profession: Certified Social Worker; Lic. No. 036443; Cal. No. 16499
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Suspension for not less than 1 year and until terminated as set forth in consent order application - upon termination of suspension, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of engaging in physical contact of a sexual nature with another certified social worker who was his supervisee at his place of practice, engaging in a pattern of inappropriate conduct with female patients, inappropriately expressing anger toward patients during therapy sessions, using and attempting to use hypnosis despite lacking adequate training in hypnosis, making inappropriate statements to patients about his own superiority as a therapist and their inferiority, forcing the discussion of a sexual abuse issue with a patient against her wishes, and failing to pick up on a patient's statement that she was drinking heavily and failing to offer treatment for that.


Dentistry

Michael C. Pignato, Penfield, NY

Profession: Dentistry; Lic. No. 033689; Cal. No. 14388
Regents Action Date: July 18,1997
Action: Censure and Reprimand, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of failing to record the issuance of a prescription for a controlled substance in the patient's treatment record.

Jeffrey Leon, Stony Brook, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 034458; Cal. No. 16704
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $2,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of administering Epinephrine to a patient when he knew the patient had a sensitivity to it.


Professional Engineering and Land Surveying

Victor B. Buckstad, Washingtonville, NY

Profession: Professional Engineer; Lic. No. 044293; Cal. No. 16498
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $2,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of affixing his seal to plans that incorrectly indicated the location of test pits and of incorrectly stating the results of deep pits tests.


Nursing

Lorleen Yvonne Harry, Cambria Heights, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 229366; Cal. No. 13994
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Revocation.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of practicing the profession of nursing while her ability to practice was impaired by mental disability.

Elizabeth Wallace Worthey-Rivers, New York, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 063396; Cal. No. 14682
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of charting errors, verbally stating that she administered cyclomydril to an infant patient at three times when she had not, and failing to administer cyclomydril to two patients as required.

David Jonathan Moeri, Derry, NH

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 215193, 440523; Cal. Nos. 15012, 15013
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of last 1 year of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of failing to prevent the infusion of an incorrect intravenous solution and incorrectly charting the infusion.

Mary Cox Scott, Pompey, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 158656; Cal. No. 15015
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, 100 hours of public service.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of failing to prevent the infusion of an incorrect intravenous solution.

Gilberto Quiles-Rivera, Brooklyn, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 215040; Cal. No. 15514
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Annul license.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of submitting false information to the New York State Education Department on his application for licensure.

Gregory L. Frazier a/k/a Gregory Frazier, Bronx, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 270163; Cal. No. 16242
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Revocation.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of having been convicted of Attempted Assault in the First Degree, Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree, Theft of Services, Assault in the Third Degree, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree, two counts of Theft of Services, Criminal Impersonation in the Second Degree, Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Fifth Degree.

Jeanne Marcy Shapiro, Monsey, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 361534; Cal. No. 16264
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 6 month suspension, suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of having been convicted of Forgery in the Second Degree.

Tammy Alberta Cushman, Stillwater, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 423856; Cal. No. 16010
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of committing six documentation and medication administration errors.

Carolyn P. Adanti, Springville, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 164880; Cal. No. 16103
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of willfully physically abusing clients.

Sylvia Joyce Horton, Liverpool, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 231827; Cal. No. 16207
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997 (see also September 1994)
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of committing three medication administration errors.

Gerald W. Davis, Cooperstown, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 296989; Cal. No. 16217
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of administering the incorrect drug to repair a wet tap in an epidural anesthesia.

Cathleen Wales Burr, Phoenix, AZ

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 234136; Cal. No. 16296
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of administering the wrong medication to a patient.

Michael Frank Vaughn, Buffalo, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 203169; Cal. No. 16393
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of placing his hands on a patient's shoulder causing the patient to fall back into a chair and placing his hands around the patient's neck.

Eliza Jane Mann, Utica, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 218498; Cal. No. 16479
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years to commence if and when return to practice.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of making medication administration errors.

Sandra Yvonne Reid a/k/a Sandra Y. Farrior, Islandia, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 209898, 446986; Cal. Nos. 16484, 16485
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of Insurance Fraud in the Fifth Degree, a class A misdemeanor.

Irene Ferguson Bacchus, East Northport, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 091411; Cal. No. 16532
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed; probation 2 years, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of three specifications of Driving While Intoxicated and failing to disclose a criminal conviction.

Tanya Ann Gilbert, Rochester, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 174320, 379823; Cal. Nos. 16547, 16548
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Suspension for not less than 1 year and until terminated as set forth in consent order application - upon termination of suspension, probation 3 years.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a Class A Misdemeanor, and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, a Class B Felony.

Heather J. Schoenbauer a/k/a Heather J. Wilson, Bay Shore, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 209608, 437290; Cal. Nos. 16619, 16620
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of documenting that controlled drugs were administered to patients when they were in fact used for her personal use.

Waleska Santiago, Richmond Hill, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 213096; Cal. No. 16622
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 24 month suspension, execution of last 21 months of suspension stayed, probation 24 months.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of Conspiracy to Devise a Scheme to Defraud and Obtain Money by False Pretenses.

Barbara A. Clauss, Orchard Park, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 254352; Cal. No. 16632
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Indefinite suspension until successfully completes certain course of retraining, indefinite suspension until terminated as set forth in consent order application - upon termination of suspensions, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of multiple medication administration and charting errors.

William George Weber, Schenevus, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 362076; Cal. No. 16633
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, following the period of suspension, probation 3 years, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of diverting the controlled substance Demerol on more than one occasion.

Annmarie Marrapese a/k/a Annmarie Bruno, Auburn, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 166857, 427100; Cal. Nos. 16643, 16642
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of medication administration and documentation errors.

Teresa M. Simcox, Owls Head, NY

Profession: Licensed Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 200229; Cal. No. 16647
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of willfully abusing patients physically and verbally.

Margaret D. Ryniker a/k/a Margaret D'Alessandro, North Merrick, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 134719, 313787; Cal. Nos. 16658, 16659
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of a Scheme to Defraud in the Second Degree.

Jean-Ann Eckert, Rochester, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 224728; Cal. No. 16661
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997 (see also February 2000)
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of practicing while impaired by alcohol and/or drugs, submitting a fraudulent doctor's note to her employer, and failing to disclose criminal convictions.

Linda S. Henderson, Buffalo, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 066862, 293078; Cal. Nos. 16672, 16673
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of transposing the blood sugar values of two patients and directing a nurse to discontinue an order for insulin without clarifying the order with the patient's physician.

Mary C. Hojnacki, Buffalo, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 266989; Cal. No. 16674
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $750 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of checking the blood at the nurse's station instead of following hospital policy which required that she positively identify the intended recipient and verify the blood unit information at the patient's bedside, while assisting another nurse in verifying that a particular unit of packed red blood cells was the proper unit to be transfused into a patient.

Mary C. Strong a/k/a Mary C. Broome, Poughkeepsie, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 216872; Cal. No. 16693
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of Attempted Receiving Reward for Official Misconduct in the Second Degree, a Class A Misdemeanor.

Frank Michaels Lafergola a/k/a Frank Michael Lafergola, Pompano Beach, FL

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 430756; Cal. No. 16697
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: License annulled.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of falsely indicating on his application for licensure as a registered professional nurse in the State of New York that he had never previously been found guilty of professional misconduct or unprofessional conduct in another state.

Sheila Ann Latno, Hamlin, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 19184, 420720; Cal. Nos. 16709, 16710
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year to commence if and when return to practice.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of making medication administration and charting errors.

Paul G. Helm, Vestal, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 185469; Cal. No. 16755
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of falsely telling a patient that two products were equivalent, telling a patient that a prescription was not required for a prescription-required drug, making an unauthorized substitution, and mislabeling an over-the counter product.

George Joseph Dagis, Woodstock, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 454043; Cal. No. 16762
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997 (see also May 2004)
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of Failure to Comply with Firearm Dealer Licensing Requirements.

Cheryl Lee McKinney, Hudson Falls, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 229167; Cal. No. 16788
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 12 month suspension with leave to apply for early termination as set forth in consent order application upon resumption of practice of nursing following service or termination of suspension, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of failing to respond to a patient's distress in a timely manner after being notified by a nurses' aide of the distress, failing to notify a superior of the deterioration of the condition of a patient, failing to sign for treatments rendered to patients, and failing to administer medications.

David Lee Briggs, Binghamton, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 328031; Cal. No. 16803
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years to commence if and when return to practice, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of mistranscribing a physician's order for a cough syrup, overlooking a physician's order to reduce the rate of an intravenous infusion, administering an incorrect intravenous medication, and signing off on a physician's order indicating that it had been correctly transcribed when, in fact, a secretary had mistranscribed it.

Judith De Leo, Staten Island, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 146099; Cal. No. 16110
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee admits to charges of forging prescriptions for controlled substances while on probation.

Mary C. Defreitas-Badlu a/k/a Mary Defreitas-Haripersaud, Ozone Park, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 157837; Cal. No. 16666
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of signing out Meperidine for administration when in fact it was for her personal use.


Pharmacy

Fritz C. Unger, Lake Ronkonkoma, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 018951; Cal. No. 13932
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of holding for sale drugs later than the date marked upon the label, failing to prepare and maintain a biennial inventory of all controlled substances, failing to have a thermometer in the pharmacy refrigerator, failing to possess the pharmacy handbook, failing to possess a list of drugs together with their current selling prices, maintaining the pharmacy in an unsanitary condition, filling and refilling a prescription without authorization and failing to indicate the strength prescribed.

Fritz C. Unger d/b/a Conklin's Pharmacy, 466 Hawkins Avenue, Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

Profession: Retail Pharmacy; Reg. No. 008599; Cal. No. 13933
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: $1,000 fine, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of holding for sale drugs later than the date marked upon the label, failing to prepare and maintain a biennial inventory of all controlled substances, failing to have a thermometer in the pharmacy refrigerator, failing to possess the pharmacy handbook, failing to possess a list of drugs together with their current selling prices, maintaining the pharmacy in an unsanitary condition, filling and refilling a prescription without authorization and failing to indicate the strength prescribed.

Francis Paul A. DiFiglia, Somerville, MA

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 014140; Cal. No. 15744
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: No disciplinary penalty be imposed.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of failing to enter his initials on the daily record of prescriptions filled and attesting to its accuracy when another pharmacist's initials incorrectly were listed thereon.

Michael Freed, Longwood, FL

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 025879; Cal. No. 15348
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 9 month suspension - upon service of suspension, probation 2 years to commence upon return to practice, $2,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of filing false claims for prescriptions that had not been dispensed.

Halsey Drug Co., Inc., 1827 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, NY 11233

Profession: Manufacturer of Drugs and/or Devices; Reg. No. 101017; Cal. No. 16592
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: $175,000 fine, revocation, execution of revocation stayed, probation 6 years with right to apply for early termination of period of probation as set forth in consent order application.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of manufacturing batches of a non-controlled drug whose raw materials had been shipped in interstate commerce with ingredients not included in licensee's approved Abbreviated New Drug Application, selling batches of an adulterated drug, and willfully making false batch production records.

Stephen Pino, Hauppauge, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 032686; Cal. No. 16623
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Censure and Reprimand, probation 1 year, $2,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of falsely telling a patient that two products were equivalent, that a prescription was not required for a prescription-required drug, making an unauthorized substitution and mislabeling of an over-the counter product for a prescription-required one.

Thomas Farkas, New York, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 035919; Cal. No. 16679
Regents Action Date: July 18,1997 (see also November 2001 and February 2011)
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $2,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of, while employed as a supervising pharmacist, having misbranded drugs in the drug stock, maintaining no record of repacking drugs and having the pharmacy not kept in a clean and orderly manner.

Zanergot Pharmacy, Inc. d/b/a Anatole Pharmacy, 650 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016

Profession: Retail Pharmacy; Reg. No. 019931; Cal. No. 16680
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997 (see also November 2001)
Action: Censure and Reprimand, $3,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of having misbranded drugs in the drug stock, maintaining no record of repacking drugs and having the pharmacy not kept in a clean and orderly manner.

Seung Woo Lee, Hauppauge, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 028938; Cal. No. 16737
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997 (see also November 2004 and December 2008)
Action: Censure and Reprimand, probation 1 year, $750 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of billing a patient's insurance company for medications not provided to the patient or authorized by written prescriptions from the patient's physician.

Paul A. P. Connell, Tucker, GA

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 036021; Cal. No. 16775
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee does not contest charges of fraudulently obtaining controlled substances from his places of employment for his own use and fraudulently diluting controlled substances.


Podiatry

Louis Scotti, Nesconset, NY

Profession: Podiatrist; Lic. No. 003439; Cal. No. 15875
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of last 12 months of suspension stayed, probation 24 months, $7,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of one count of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree and twenty-two counts of offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree.


Psychology

Marc Rice, Astoria, NY

Profession: Psychologist; Lic. No. 003903; Cal. No. 10401
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Revocation.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of verbally abusing his patient, directing his patient to drink alcoholic beverages, directing the patient against being alone with her children, permitting multiple relationships to exist between himself and his patient, directing his patient to cease communicating with patient's mother and father, and directing his patient to have sexual relationships with many people over the same period of time.

Robert J. Rogers, Millwood, NY

Profession: Psychologist; Lic. No. 003579; Cal. No. 16765
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Pursue a course of continuing education, probation 1 year.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of failing to reserve an earlier diagnosis that was shown to be incorrect.


Public Accountancy

Peter Mertz, Brooklyn, NY

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. No. 044599; Cal. No. 16637
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Ability Impaired by Drugs, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance Seventh Degree, and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle.

Donald Lionel Bunsis, Merrick, NY; Boca Raton, FL

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. (Cert.) No. 019920; Cal. No. 16766
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of six counts of Mail Fraud, a federal felony.


Respiratory Therapy

John L. Kutzma, Levittown, NY

Profession: Respiratory Therapist; Lic. No. 004012; Cal. No. 16736
Regents Action Date: July 18, 1997
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits charges of having been convicted of the Unauthorized Dispensing of a Drug, and knowingly failing to disclose a criminal conviction before licensure on his application for licensure.


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