Doctor Nader Saab during surgery. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Metn Urgent Matters judge Antoine Tohmeh Thursday banned media from naming Dr. Nader Saab and his clinic when covering the case of patient Farah Kassab's death, state-run National News Agency reported.The Order of Physicians announced on Tuesday that Nader Saab's plastic surgery clinic is licensed, local media reported.Although Saab had a practicing license, he was not part of the syndicate, which is advised but not a legal requirement for clinics such as Saab's.The decision to transfer Kassab to this particular hospital drew criticism, given that other hospitals are located closer to Saab's clinic.
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