After prescribing pain pills to patients who eventually overdosed, Dr. Allick Dube pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter in Georgia. He skipped parole and headed to Musina, South Africa, a dusty town on the border with Zimbabwe, where he led a provincial hospital. He was accused of mistreating doctors and overseeing poor patient care. How did he land in Musina–and who is responsible for letting him continue to see patients after a criminal conviction?
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