Del. AG seeks suspension of 2 Gosnell doctors
WILMINGTON, Del. - February 24, 2011 (WPVI) -- The Delaware Attorney General's Office is seeking to suspend the licenses of two doctors who worked in Wilmington with a Philadelphia abortion doctor charged with killing infants.
Albert Dworkin and Arturo Apolinario are accused of not reporting Dr. Kermit Gosnell for performing late-term abortions at Atlantic Womens' Medical Services in Wilmington. Apolinario is also charged with prescribing drugs illegally.
The complaints filed by Attorney General Beau Biden on Wednesday come as part of an investigation into the Delaware activities of Gosnell, who faces charges in the deaths of a female patient and seven babies born alive inside his clinic.
The Attorney General's office also accuses the owner of Atlantic Womens' Medical Services of falsely claiming to be a gynecologist.
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