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Negligence lawsuit over undiagnosed blood clot death fails

A negligence lawsuit against three doctors, a physician’s assistant and a health clinic failed. A woman died from blood clots which her husband alleges should have been discovered by doctors. She suffered leg pains for 5 years but her pain was not diagnosed and died of a stroke. She was on hormone replacement drugs during this time. The family was seeking $400,000 in damages.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Scranton Times Tribune

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About: Negligence lawsuit over undiagnosed blood clot death fails

Date: 11 November 2004

Source: Scranton Times Tribune

Author: Michael McNarney


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