Niall Dickson, chief executive of the General Medical Council, said:
"We support the MPTS' decision to remove Dr Keilloh's name from the medical register.
We recognise that this has been a particularly challenging case with difficult and unusual circumstances but patients and the public must be confident that the doctor who treats them is competent and trustworthy."
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