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Young v. Memorial Hermann Hosp. Sys., No. 06-20709

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By FindLaw Staff on June 29, 2009 5:18 PM

In a negligence action against a hospital for allegedly improper treatment of a stroke, summary judgment for Defendants is affirmed where Plaintiffs failed to present reliable evidence that it was more likely than not that the patient would have been among those who materially benefit from the administration of a certain drug rather than those who receive the therapy and do not benefit.

Read Young v. Memorial Hermann Hosp. Sys., No. 06-20709

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Filed June 29, 2009


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