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USC medical school dean saw patients after taking meth, investigators allege

LOS ANGELES - For more than a year while he was dean of the University of Southern California's medical school, Dr. Carmen Puliafito abused drugs on days he worked as an eye doctor in university facilities and "would return to his medical office to see patients within hours of using methamphetamine," a state investigation alleges.

Puliafito consumed heroin, methamphetamine and other drugs on a near daily basis at the Keck School of Medicine campus and in other locations, and the physician supplied drugs to other people, including a teenager and

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