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An appellate court in Kansas overturned a finding of fraudulent conduct against a pharmacist who had failed to timely finish his continuing education hours, but upheld the state pharmacy board's decision to sanction him anyway, finding in a June 15 decision that the board had multiple, overlapping reasons to do so.
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