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March 31, 2014

$10.6 million judgment returned in medical malpractice lawsuit


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Since then, Husted has moved to Arizona, and he now has an office in Riverside, Calif.
“This case has proven two things: That the jury system does work, because the jury was phenomenally attentive,” said Oldfather. “And the flip side of it is the behavior of this hospital in aggressively marketing this bariatric program ... not caring about the cost of lives.
“Pamela Dixon should not have had to give her life for this, but one hopes the community of Pulaski County will be safer because she did,” added Oldfather.

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