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Court case may determine if ‘loss of chance’ can be a factor in medical liability for physicians
A case that will soon be heard by the Oregon Supreme Court may decide whether patients in the state can seek damages in medical malpractice lawsuits based on physicians’ actions that reduce the possibility of a better outcome, known as the “loss of chance” theory.
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