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Negligent lawsuit filed against hospital over false HIV-positive

A woman is claiming $2 million in damages after hospital test results showed she was HIV-positive when in fact she wasn’t. Inspectors found that 10-15% of HIV tests were possibly inaccurate. However, the hospital claims that she was told that she needed to undergo further testing to confirm the result.

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About: Negligent lawsuit filed against hospital over false HIV-positive

Date: 14 August 2004

Source: Advocate


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