A Crime Against One Person: HMO Nightmare
A Crime Against One Person is a medical tragedy, a legal battle, and a timeless love story. As a million patients are injured through medical errors in our hospitals annually--and up to 200,000 are killed--this true tale of medical malpractice and the havoc it wreaks on innocent persons reveals a crisis that affects everyone.--and is ignored by our leaders and the medical community. Interspersed are romantic and humorous incidents to relieve the underlying horror, plus practical advice for caregivers of helpless victims. Here is the shocking truth of care in American hospitals and nursing homes.
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