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INFECTIONS LEFT UNTREATED

A patient died of sepsis three months after having an aortic valve replaced by a New York cardiologist. The family of the decedent sued the cardiologist alleging that an infection was already present ...
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Immediate Action Required

In a continuing effort to undermine the basic rights of injured victims, the insurance lobby has renewed its efforts to generate large profits by lobbying legislators and your representatives in ...
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Don't Schedule Elective Surgery For July!

2010 study from the University of California San Diego shows that the number of deaths from medication errors in hospitals stayed the same for 11 months of the year but spiked significantly in the ...
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Wrongful Death Statute: Crying for Change

Has your family has suffered the loss of a child or retired elderly parent who may have died as a result of medical malpractice, a car, bus or other motor vehicle accident; a slip or fall, a school, ...
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Special Treatment for Insurers and Protection from Malpractice

If your health insurance company denies your doctor's request for a necessary test and, months later, when they finally approve your condition has deteriorated and is no longer easily treated, ...
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New Mammography Dilemma

No one doubts that mammograms save lives! The new guidelines issued recently by the government task force on mammograms states: annual mmamography for women over age 50, rather than age 40, should be ...
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