Former BMA chairman to face disciplinary panel

Dr James Johnson, 64, a vascular surgeon, is accused of not making his patients aware of the potential risks and benefits of surgery.


The former chairman of the British Medical Association will face a disciplinary panel accused of professional misconduct, it has emerged.

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