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Hello again, as you have not provided the doctor's GMC number, I could not search the register to find out - there is usually a note saying how long the information will remain publically published on the register. I contacted a senior colleague at the GMC to assist with this and they referred me to the GMC's Publications and Disclosure Policy (available online for your reference here https://www.gmc-uk.org/-/media/documents/dc4380-publication-and-disclosure-policy-36609763.pdf). Accordingly, I can answer your question that the erasure from the medical register will stay on the record for ten years from the date of erasure.
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Hi there, you can use google's own mechanism to remove a result that relates to you that is no longer relevant. The judgment might not have been removed as the new guidance only came in fairly recently, I would recommend contacting the GMC and speaking to a member of the MPTS team to help you with that one.