A jury of his constitutional peers had acquitted Dr. Hermann N. Sander of murder, but a jury of his professional peers last week decided that he was unfit to practice medicine. Meeting in the New Hampshire State House at Concord, the State Board of Registration in Medicine "indefinitely" suspended Dr. Sander from medical practice in the state by revoking his license, with the proviso that after two months he might apply for reinstatement.

By injecting 40 cc of air into the veins of his cancer-ridden patient, Mrs. Abbie Borroto, Dr. Sander had committed a "morally reprehensible action," and had violated...

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