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Ross Greenstein
Renee Rodrigues
Sean Joanis
Michelle L. Newton
David B. DiCenso
Jason D. Stone
Natalie Quinn
Michael P. Eagan Jr.
Katherine Blakley
Scott Gilmond
Gregory Nicholson
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Boston Massachusetts Dog Responsible for Two Attacks Within Months

The canine responsible for the Massachusetts Dog Bite that left a 6-year-old boy seriously injured several months ago was recently involved in another attack. According to The Examiner, the animal bit and injured a 16-year-old girl as well. On January 3, the dog bit a young boy and inflicted serious injuries to the child’s face. The boy

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Misdiagnoses Most Common Malpractice Claim for Boston Mass. Docs

Allegations of diagnostic errors, such as rushing through an exam, not making a referral to an appropriate specialist or failure to follow up on abnormal test results, are the most common reason for malpractice suits against primary care physicians (PCPs) in Massachusetts, according to a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The study

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Zithromax Side Effects a Nightmare for Parents

The Pfizer made antibiotic Zithromax can have harmful side effects for children, including risk of Stevens Johnson Syndrome. At least one Zithromax lawsuit has been filed that claims the manufacturer did not properly warn consumers about dangerous side effects associated with the antibiotic. Zithromax, also known generically as azithromycin, is an antibiotic used to treat infections caused by

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Increase In Medical Malpractice Lawsuits From Laser Procedures

A study published in JAMA Dermatology determined there has been a significant rise in the number of Medical Malpractice Lawsuits filed in connection to laser skin treatments over the last twenty years. Researchers pulled information from a massive database and determined a total of 174 cases had been filed in recent years over injuries sustained during

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Study: Use of Electronic Records Linked to Decline in Malpractice Claims

New research shows there may be a connection between the use of electronic file keeping methods and a reduction in the number of medical malpractice claims. According to the Archives of Internal Medicine, the results show that electronic medical records “improve the quality and safety” of the care patients receive. The study examines 275 claims

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