Kentucky

November 5, 2013 8:31 PM

'Inactive' Mount Sterling doctor who wrote prescriptions surrenders license

Dr. Gregory Lee, a Mount Sterling physician whose license was considered "inactive," agreed Monday to surrender his license to practice in Kentucky after he wrote prescriptions for himself, his wife and employees of the Wal-Mart store where he filled the prescriptions, according to state Board of Medical Licensure documents.

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