The State Division of Consumer Affairs is hoping to permanently revoke a former Atlantic City doctor's ability to prescribe medication.
Manuel Nigalan had his license revoked in October of 2010 after he plead guilty to the unlawful distribution of controlled dangerous substances. Nigalan wrote prescriptions for hundreds of narcotics with no legitimate medical need. He was sentenced to 36 months in prison, but the Division of Consumer Affairs filed the request to permanently lose his C.D.S. Registration, so that even if his medical license is reinstated, Nigalan will still be unable to access controlled drugs.
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