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Missed diagnosis rewarded with 28 million dollar verdict

October 19, 2015

Recently, a jury awarded a young California resident $28.2 million for a delayed diagnosis of a pelvic tumor. The jury found Kaiser Permanente (KP) negligent. Doctors in the system, touted to be one of the finest systems by the president, allegedly refused an immediate MRI for back pain in a 17 year old. The patient eventually received an MRI three months after presentation, which found a tumor so extensive that the patient needed an amputation. Perhaps if the doctors paid attention to the severe progressive pain this young lady complained about, they could have saved her the pain and anguish and ultimately the death that will come early to this 17 year old.

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