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Erroneous pathology tests lead to malpractice suit

A woman is suing a pathologist and a hospital after pathology tests indicated that she did not have breast cancer whereas in reality she did. This led to an 11 month delay in her treatment.

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About: Erroneous pathology tests lead to malpractice suit

Date: 24 October 2004

Source: Canada

URL: http://www.canada.com/fortstjohn/story.html?id=4e2a2566-aff7-4082-99ab-80719a9156a1

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