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After two children are killed by a driver high on Opiates, it is revealed Kaiser responsible for endemic overprescription with no safeguards to keep addicts from doctor shopping.
After Being Denied an $800 CAT Scan by Doctor, Boy is Blind and Brain Damaged
Infant suffers from whooping cough during epidemic. But after a series of hospital visits doctors refuse to run tests that would have uncovered the illness leading to her death
A little boy's botched heart surgery leads to permanent brain damage.
After long treatments with opioids, young man seeks relief from addiction from doctors. But after a mix up in medications, doctors overprescribe and kill.
Doctors' Failure To Provide Post-Operative Care Allowed Infection To Spread; Causing Woman To Lose Limbs
Once a woman is rushed to the hospital with diverticulitis, she sustains a laceration on her artery leading to her death. But her low income status ensures her family will not be compensated for the injustice.
A toddler shows signs of a congenital heart disease and signs of high blood pressure. But when going into surgery the Doctor ignores the elevated risks and installs a device that malfunctions, leading to her premature death
Botched Surgery Leaves Nurse Disabled, Unable To Work
After a man contracts MRSA from his son, doctors misdiagnose him after numerous visits. The end result? Amputation of his limbs.
Keeping Politicians Accountable
Brown’s Last Chance Campaign Confronts Gov At LA’s Union Station
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Current and Former Health Net Members in California May Submit Claims for Out-of-Network Medical Visits in 2014; Notice and Claims Forms Mailed Today
CURES Database Will Be Vital in Preventing Opioid Deaths but Faces Powerful Special Interest Opposition
Privacy & Technology
Consumer Watchdog Backs California DMV’s Call For Robot Car Makers To Explain Robot Car Failures
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