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Rejecting a lower court's no-harm-no-foul decision, the Supreme Court of Delaware October 2 upheld discipline imposed by the state's board of nursing on two nurses in a state correctional facility who retrieved several expensive pills out of a medical disposal container and administered them to an unknowing patient.
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