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Article Cancer patient's negligence claims fail
By: K.C. VIJAYAN, SENIOR LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  27/02/2018
Lung nodule detected by CGH doctors 'was initially benign', judge finds
The High Court has dismissed negligence claims against a hospital and three doctors by a woman who alleged that if a nodule in her lung had been detected as cancerous five years earlier, it would have made a difference.
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Article Cancer patient's claims of negligence dismissed
By: K.C. VIJAYAN SENIOR LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  27/02/2018
The High Court has dismissed negligence claims against a hospital and three doctors by a woman who alleged that if a nodule in her lung had been detected as cancerous five years earlier, it would have made a difference.
After a 28-day trial, Justice Belinda Ang found that the nodule in the   (589 words)
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Online Cancer patient's negligence claims against hospital and doctors dismissed
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  26/02/2018

Published on 26 February 2018 17:52:27

SINGAPORE - The High Court has dismissed negligence claims against a hospital and three doctors by a patient who alleged that if a nodule in her lung had been detected as cancerous five years earlier, it would have made a difference.

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Article Cabby's negligence left cyclist with fractured skull
By: CHARMAINE NG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  18/10/2019
A taxi driver who collided into a cyclist, causing her to suffer serious injuries, including a fractured skull and bleeding in her brain, was sentenced to a week's jail yesterday.
Lim Hoon Chiang, 56, who pleaded guilty to causing grievous hurt by driving negligently, will also be   (461 words)
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Asia News Network Suspend dean for negligence: Corporators
By: HT CORRESPONDENT,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  01/06/2019
India, June 1 -- At the general body meeting of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on?Friday, corporators demanded the dean of the civic-run BYL Nair Hospital be suspended and strong action be taken against those accused of abetting the suicide of postgraduate student, Dr Payal Tadvi. On May   (215 words)
Asia News Network Negligence charges against SDMC school
By: HT CORRESPONDENT,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  21/02/2019
NEW DELHI, Feb. 21 -- In a case of alleged negligence at a municipality-run school in west Delhi's Sagarpur, a seven-year-old boy broke his elbow bone in a fight with a classmate when the class teacher was allegedly away on phone. In the incident that reportedly took place on February 1, the student,   (308 words)
Online Health Ministry responds to allegations of negligence at nursing home
By: LINETTE LAI,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  16/09/2018

Published on 16 September 2018 17:30:40

SINGAPORE - The Health Ministry (MOH) has responded to a Facebook post questioning how it has handled an allegation of negligence at a nursing home.

The initial complaint was filed in 2016, after the condition of a patient, Mr Ang Rong   (558 words)
Article Courts should handle medical negligence cases
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  10/11/2017
The report on delays in disciplinary proceedings against doctors highlights the problem encountered with medical negligence cases (Hard to get experts to testify, says SMC; Nov 1).
The Singapore Medical Council (SMC) deals with all the complaints against doctors, ranging from alcoholism to medical   (302 words)
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Asia News Network Protect the poor against medical negligence
By: SINJINI MUKHERJEE,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  23/07/2019
New Delhi, July 23 -- The government is toying with the idea of a 10-year jail term, and a fine of ~5 lakh, for persons found guilty of physically or mentally abusing doctors, whether inside a clinic, or in close proximity of the clinic, or on home visits. The government and the Indian Medical   (793 words)
Article Lorry driver's negligence led to passenger's amputated leg
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  02/02/2018
A lorry passenger had to have his left leg amputated below the knee in 2016 after the driver crashed the vehicle. Singaporean Natesan Ravi was jailed for a week yesterday for causing grievous hurt by negligent driving. He was also disqualified from driving for 11/2 years.
The court heard that at   (184 words)
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