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Man unable to have children wins a 30,000 pound settlement

A man received a 30,000 pound settlement from a British hospital after doctors wrongly removed his second testicle. One of the man's testicle's had been removed due to a tumour and doctors removed the other one as well, wrongly believing it too had a tumour. They also failed to retain a sperm sample for future child bearing even though the man had requested it be done. The hospital has also changed it's procedures to prevent reoccurrence.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Manchester Online

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About: Man unable to have children wins a 30,000 pound settlement

Date: 11 November 2004

Source: Manchester Online

Author: Neal Snowdon


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