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82 million yen compensation awarded after Japanese man dies from blood loss

A Japanese Court has ruled that the Japanese Red Cross pay 82 million yen compensation to the family of a 72 year old may who died in hospital. It is alleged his death in 2000 occurred from blood loss when an artery was punctured during an arterial sclerosis procedure.

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About: 82 million yen compensation awarded after Japanese man dies from blood loss

Date: 28 January 2005

Source: Japan Today

URL: http://www.japantoday.com/e/?content=news&cat=2&id=325965

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