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Father does time for murder of son who had died from an undiagnosed condition

A father was sent to jail for murdering his young son. He spent time in jail and it was eventually found that the boy had an undiagnosed bleeding disorder which made the small fall fatal.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Union-Tribune

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About: Father does time for murder of son who had died from an undiagnosed condition

Date: 8 August 2004

Source: Union-Tribune

Author: John Wilkens

URL: http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20040808-9999-1m8buell.html

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