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November 17, 2004

New Hampshire medicine

Even New Hampshire, a state that long maintained a reputation as unlitigious, is feeling the medical chill these days, especially after a jury returned a $2.6 million verdict on behalf of a Wolfesboro man against a respected orthopedic surgeon. Foster's Democrat and the Concord Monitor have more.

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Medicine and Law



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