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An Indiana nurse who sued her former employer, claiming that she was terminated for refusing to provide antibiotics to undiagnosed patients, won the right to continue her suit, in a December 2 ruling, after a state appellate court overturned a summary judgment that had dismissed her case (Stillson v. St. Joseph County Health Department).
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