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Woman’s brain surgery to correct depression ends up in disaster

A woman had brain surgery to treat depression. The operation was a success but she then developed a brain infection which was not diagnosed early enough to prevent severe brain damage and partial paralysis. The woman is suing the doctors and the hospitals.

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About: Woman’s brain surgery to correct depression ends up in disaster

Date: 13 Nov 2001

Source: ABC News

URL: http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200111/s415801.htm

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