ChiTrib: 'Ghost-surgery' broke NH woman's heart
Denyse Richter of New Hampshire filed a medical malpractice case after her heart was severely damaged in a cardiac operation. She had sought out a renowned, triple board-certified cardiologist, but instead the procedure was performed by a less experienced provider. Now Richter requires a pacemaker. "I sought the rock star, and I got the opening act," said Richter, whose case went to a jury in 2008 before being settled for an undisclosed amount.
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