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The difference between the doctor and the lawyers is that the lawyers' licensing body has said that they can not practice; the doctor, on the other hand, has not had his license to practice medicine cancelled, suspended or otherwise curtail. It's the "insurance company" (i.e., the provincial health plan) that says "they" will not pay for any medical services that he provides to individuals covered under MSP.
He is still registered with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC and has no restrictions or conditions imposed on his practice.
And he still seems to be employed as a professor at the UBC Faculty of Medicine.
Even more awful then, is what I'm sensing.