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Sepsis leads to amputations, $16.4M settlement (access required)

A South Carolina woman who had three limbs amputated after Crohn's disease led to sepsis has settled a lawsuit against a hospital, her doctor, a surgeon, and a gastroenterologist for $16.4 million, her attorney reported. The then 18-year-old was playing college basketball on a scholarship when she began suffering stomach pains, said Chad McGowan of McGowan, ...

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