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Lack of translators at hospital put immigrantís lives at risk

A man died after 34 days in and out of two hospitals. He initially sought treatment for a head injury but his widow claims that the lack of translators at the hospital meant her husband received inadequate treatment and diagnosis which in turn led to his death.

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About: Lack of translators at hospital put immigrantís lives at risk

Date: 9 August 2004

Source: Daily News

Author: Mark Fass


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