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The family of the deceased patient alleged that a family practitioner and an HMO were liable for failing to timely diagnose and treat the woman’s pulmonary embolism. Suit claimed that the physician should have provided a differential diagnosis. The jury awarded about $1.2 million. Ajdari v. Kaiser Found. Health Plan Inc.
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