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ALABAMA WOMAN DIED FROM USING BACTERIA-TAINTED IV PRODUCT, SUIT SAYS Young v. Meds I.V.

6 No. 23 WJMEDMAL 3Westlaw Journal Medical Malpractice (Approx. 3 pages)

ALABAMA WOMAN DIED FROM USING BACTERIA-TAINTED IV PRODUCT, SUIT SAYS Young v. Meds I.V.

6 No. 23 WJMEDMAL 3Westlaw Journal Medical Malpractice (Approx. 3 pages)

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ALABAMA WOMAN DIED FROM USING BACTERIA-TAINTED IV PRODUCT, SUIT SAYS

Young v. Meds I.V.

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The maker of an IV-delivered nutritional product is being sued by the daughter of an Alabama woman who died of an infection she allegedly contracted from either the solution or the bags in which it was supplied.
Young v. Meds I.V. LLC et al., No....
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