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Woman receives 4.1 million pounds for undiagnosed brain haemorrhage

A woman was awarded 4.1 million pounds after doctors failed to diagnose her subarachnoid haemorrhage. As a result of her undiagnosed condition she suffered permanent amnesia and requires round the clock care.

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About: Woman receives 4.1 million pounds for undiagnosed brain haemorrhage

Date: 9 November 2004

Source: Scotsman

Author: Angus Howarth


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