'I was called arrogant. I was described as a butcher.'

How a surgeon from Monaghan took on the Medical Council, won over the Supreme Court, and ended up in Bahrain

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
11th September, 2016
Martin Corbally Pic: Collins

CV: Martin Corbally

Role: paediatric surgeon

Age:61

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