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Medical Board: L.A. Plastic Surgeon an Imminent Danger

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61-year-old Sharon Carpenter Nicholson died on the operating table of plastic surgeon Dr. Ehab Mohamed during a $100,000 day-long liposuction procedure raising further questions about patient safety, according to CBS. Mohamed has been the subject of several ongoing investigative reports questioning his credentials, medical practices, and "sky-high fees" including a claim that he charged $650,000 for a single procedure. LA Now reports that the state's medical board has moved to suspend Mohamed's license in light of Nicholson's death and has called the doctor an "imminent danger" to the public.