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Plastic surgeon Dr. Terry Dubrow, best known from "Botched," takes a closer look at cases involving medical professionals who put their patients in jeopardy. Doctors and nurses who are supposed to take care of those in need use their expertise to harm instead of heal due to many different reasons, including money, jealousy, power, or mental issues that have gone too far. "License to Kill" focuses on how authorities were finally able to stop these medical professionals' malpractice, putting an end to the madness before someone else got hurt or killed.

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aired 39 days ago
A doctor has an unnatural obsession with death; when the FBI gets involved after a string of mysterious deaths, they discover a 20-year-long trail of destruction that leads them on an international hunt to stop a sadistic madman.
aired 193 days ago
A Glendale, Calif., hospital worker confesses to suffocating dozens of his patients; investigators fear he'll walk free because doctors believe the victims died of natural causes.
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A beloved grandfather vanishes out of the blue; strange activity in his financial records leads detectives on a chase from California to Mexico, where they reach a devastating conclusion.
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After an orderly is arrested for killing a patient at a Cincinnati hospital, a local reporter gets a tip that leads him to uncover new information about a string of horrifying deaths.
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Dialysis patients' weekly treatments go from routine to fatal without explanation; police shut down the Lufkin, Texas facility to investigate what, or who, may have turned lethal.
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An alarming spike in ICU patient deaths prompts a head nurse to investigate the cause; after examining charts recorded by the hospital staff, her findings send shockwaves through the small Indiana town.
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After receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis, families turn to a doctor who offers hope and an unorthodox cure; they soon learn that the trusted physician may have actually had a hand in their loved one's demise.
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A Dallas spine surgeon's God complex puts patients at risk and it's up to fellow medical staff to blow the whistle before more innocent people are victimized.

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