A Newport Beach doctor, who was facing 10 allegations by the state's medical board, surrendered his license yesterday at 5 p.m.
Sadai charged the woman $400 and told her he was going to send her blood off for testing using a new method developed by Johns Hopkins University. The next month, the woman called Sadai's office to get her results, the document says, and was faxed a list of foods and environmental allergens with a handwritten “+1,” “+2,” “+3” or “+4” next to each one. The numbering system, which apparently showed a range of sensitivity to different allergens, suggested that she was allergic to more than 50 things.
When the board asked him for the phone number of the person who'd done the testing, he gave them a number that had been out of service since 1998.