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Former neurosurgery resident sues the University of Missouri


COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A former neurosurgery resident has filed a lawsuit alleging the University of Missouri School of Medicine's chief of neurosurgery harassed him and fired him without good cause.

Rylan Brantl is seeking $50 million in his lawsuit filed June 28 against the university system's governing board, the Columbia Missourian reported . Brantl alleges that N. Scott Litofsky created a hostile work environment from 2008 to 2013.

The lawsuit also alleges that Brantl was forced to repeat a year of his residency despite passing the required board exams. Brantl said he was then unfairly...

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