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Man seeks action against the surgeon who misdiagnosed his late wife

A man who has already received 300,000 pounds for his wife's death due to misdiagnosis is now trying to have disciplinary action taken against the surgeon who misdiagnosed his wife. His wife died from bowel cancer after she was misdiagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Redditch Standard

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About: Man seeks action against the surgeon who misdiagnosed his late wife

Date: 16 October 2004

Source: The Redditch Standard


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