A small-town physician in New London, New Hampshire, will not regain her license after it was surrendered in October. The state questioned Anna Konopka's ability to keep records, make decisions and prescribe medication because the 84-year-old does not have and is unable to use a computer.
Facing five complaints in 2017, Konopka was going to face a disciplinary hearing before she surrended her license, claiming she was forced to do so. But a Nov. 15 ruling by the Merrimack Superior Court found she was not.
"I'm not upset about anything. The legal system is a game. You move. They move. It's full of tricks and different movements," she said.
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