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"I had just come out of hospital and was really sick," said Carol Gould, 58, one of Mr Gilmore's cancer patients. "I remember receiving this letter from the GMC saying Gilmore had been given voluntary erasure. I was stunned. They'd told me only three weeks earlier that I would be participating in a trial. And then it was cancelled.
"I don't know whether he did anything wrong, he may not have done. But I need to know what he did."
According to the charge sheet, Mr Gilmore "failed to arrange for any, or any adequate, multidisciplinary discussion of [her] diagnosis and treatment". He was also accused of taking out a large specimen of Ms Gould's breast tissue which was not clinically necessary.