Updated:CLARION, Pa. (AP) (AP)ong> - The Pennsylvania Board of Medicine said a Clarion doctor has voluntarily surrendered his medical license because of unprofessional conduct which a prosecutor said is linked to an investigation that he overprescribed drugs and traded some drugs for sex.
Clarion County prosecutors have confirmed the investigation, which is being handled by the state attorney general.
Thomas Radecki, 66, had offices in Clarion, Dubois, Kane and Seneca and opened a clinic in Dubois in March where he dispensed drugs meant to wean people off of heroin and similar drugs.
The clinic closed after a search by state attorney general's agents in June, who also seized records and other evidence from his home and four medical offices.
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