In Candia, N.H., Dr. Hermann Sander was practicing medicine again.
Although acquitted of the mercy killing of his cancer-ridden patient,
Mrs. Abbie Borroto, his license had been revoked by the New Hampshire
Board of Registration in Medicine (TIME, May 1). Within ten minutes
after the board reinstated him last week, he got his first call, from a
patient complaining of a sore arm.
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