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By Susan B. (PhD) McIver,Robin (RN) Wyndham

clinical blunders kill 14,000 humans in Canada every year, adversely impact thousands and value on the subject of billion funds. yet this isn't a scenario particular to Canada. The NHS usually comes less than fireplace for misdiagnoses or for thoroughly ignoring sufferers with deadly indicators. After the mistake is a suite of real tales, and it's the first booklet at any place to understand what sufferers laid low with scientific mistakes, their households and instant healthcare services have performed to avoid others from enduring related experiences.

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