Family accuses hospital of letting patient starve

April 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;Apr2007, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p47
The article reports on the decision of the family of songwriter Julius Dixson to file a lawsuit against Saint Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in New York City for allegedly causing his death due to starvation after the hospital lost his denture and gave him food that required chewing.


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