NJ doctors surrender licenses over steroids, opioids, sleep aids

An Asbury Park doctor who indiscriminately prescribed steroids to undercover investigators posing as bodybuilders can no longer practice medicine in New Jersey. Kevin Custis agreed to surrender his license to practice medicine and surgery, the state Attorney General's office said. "Physicians who indiscriminately prescribe dangerous drugs for profit are no better than street-corner drug dealers, and we will do everything we can to protect our communities from such danger," Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said in a statement. Custis was one of several New Jersey doctors whose licenses were revoked by the state for prescribing drugs that, authorities said, could have endangered their patients' lives.

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