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Misdiagnosis results in unnecessary hysterectomy

A 52 year old woman had an unnecessary hysterectomy after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. A whistleblower claims the pathology results showed no evidence of cancer cells

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Naples Daily News

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About: Misdiagnosis results in unnecessary hysterectomy

Date: 7 May 2004

Source: Naples Daily News

Author: Liz Freeman


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