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Two hospitals faced lawsuits over undiagnosed cancer leading to death

Two Boston hospitals are facing lawsuits over the alleged death of a man resulting from undiagnosed cancer. The family of the 60 year old man claim three doctors missed the cancer lesion on the x-ray. It wasn’t picked up until it had metastasized. The hospitals however claim that there was no wrongdoing.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Boston Channel

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About: Two hospitals faced lawsuits over undiagnosed cancer leading to death

Date: 20 May 2005

Source: The Boston Channel

URL: http://www.thebostonchannel.com/news/4513999/detail.html

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