Month: February 2016

How Would California Law Treat a Negligent Ebola Outbreak?

Emory University Hospital and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital have now seen multiple patients suffering with the Ebola virus. The doctors were well aware of this deadly virus before they saw their first patient. They knew that patients with Ebola have a very high mortality rate, estimated at 50 percent or higher. They knew that the virus is transmitted by human contact with blood or bodily fluids of an infected patient. They knew that their employees could be infected if they came in contact with the infected patient’s blood or bodily fluids, and they knew that, if infected, their employees could then infect their family members and others with which they came in contact.
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There Isn’t A Mesothelioma Doctor Near Where I Live

“You have mesothelioma.” These are words that no one wants to hear for themselves or a loved one. Your oncologist most likely has never treated mesothelioma, which should lead you to decide that you need a mesothelioma doctor. The problem is that you live in a part of the country that does not have a doctor who knows how to treat mesothelioma. What are you going to do?

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