I never dreamed my malpractice trial would end like this

Haswell, John N.
March 1998
Medical Economics;03/09/98, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p51
Trade Publication
Offers information on a malpratice lawsuit involving the patient Vivian Andrews and John N. Haswell, M.D. Background information on Haswell's profession; Indepth look at Andrews idea to have a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC); What the procedure would involved; Details on the lawsuit.


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