Medicine: Doctors & Dope

The scandal of narcotic addicts who practice medicine reared its head in Chicago last week when Dr. Roscoe Lloyd Sensenich of South Bend, Ind., onetime president of the Indiana State Medical Association, upbraided State medical boards for not revoking the licenses of such addicts and medical societies for not ousting them from membership. Said he: "The number of medical narcotic addicts has been estimated to number one addict per 100 physicians. Their probable future offers little of professional or social value and much of liability and danger to the public in their continuation...

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