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The plaintiff—who suffered asphyxia during birth that caused developmental delays and other problems—alleged that the United States was liable for an army hospital’s failure to properly respond to fetal distress and perform a timely cesarean section. The parties settled before trial for $10 million. Guill v. U.S.
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