Elderly alloy could remove her use for not regulating a computer

NEW LONDON, N.H. — An 85-year-old New Hampshire alloy who has used medicine for decades is in risk of losing her practice.

The state Board of Medicine is melancholy a closure over Anna Konopka’s record keeping and medical practices during her New London office. WMUR-TV reports Konopka does not use a mechanism during her use and therefore doesn’t attend in a state-regulated prescription drug monitoring program.

Konopka says she is fighting a preference in hopes of gripping her scarcely 300 patients. Her doors are ostensible to tighten Friday if she does not accept a justice injunction.

“I can't use medicine since a complement practices with electronics. The mechanism is giving a diagnosis and revelation them what medicine to prescribe,” Konopka told a New Hampshire Union-Leader newspaper. “They use medicine, and we use medical art. They conduct a patient, and we provide a patient.”

The paper reports she’s been protected to use medicine in New Hampshire for 49 years.

The alloy says she has created to Republican Gov. Chris Sununu in hopes of removing help.

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