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A man is suing a large oil company in Kazakhstan after he suffered hydrogen sulfide poisoning. Company doctors initially told him he was suffering from heat stroke. The man believes that the misdiagnosis was deliberately done in order to protect the company. He now suffers from a weakened nervous system resulting in symptoms such as fever, persistent thirst and reflex problems.
Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Associated Press
About: Oil company allegedly hides truth behind man's illness
Date: 9 July 2004
Source: The Associated Press
Author: Bagila Bukharbayeva
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