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In this April 13, 2012 photo, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, center, of Nortonville, Kan., accused of performing inadequate mental health exams on young patients she referred to the late Dr. George Tiller for late-term abortions, sits between her attorneys, Kelly Kauffman, left, and Bob Eye, at a State Board of Healing Arts meeting in Topeka, Kan. The board regulates Kansas doctors. Kansas regulators are expected to decide Friday, June 21, 2012 whether to revoke the Nuehaus' medical license. (AP Photo/John Hanna)

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In this April 13, 2012 photo, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, center, of Nortonville, Kan., accused of performing inadequate mental health exams on young patients she referred to the late Dr. George Tiller for late-term abortions, sits between her attorneys, Kelly Kauffman, left, and Bob Eye, at a State Board of Healing Arts meeting in Topeka, Kan. The board regulates Kansas doctors. Kansas regulators are expected to decide Friday, June 21, 2012 whether to revoke the Nuehaus' medical license. (AP Photo/John Hanna)
In this April 13, 2012 photo, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, center, of Nortonville, Kan., accused of performing inadequate mental health exams on young patients she referred to the late Dr. George Tiller for late-term abortions, sits between her attorneys, Kelly Kauffman, left, and Bob Eye, at a State Board of Healing Arts meeting in Topeka, Kan. The board regulates Kansas doctors. Kansas regulators are expected to decide Friday, June 21, 2012 whether to revoke the Nuehaus' medical license. (AP Photo/John Hanna)
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