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By Anonymous / Friday 8 July 2011 15:46 / Belgium
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  6tori6  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Wazilla  |  0

Yeah sue the hospital for a students mistake. Why not just sue everybody in the hospital its not like the money op could win would have been put to other medical uses to save peoples' lives...

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  MrSassypants  |  31

1 yeah it is the best. I went there to get my tonsils removed and I ended up getting a vasectomy.... and the messed uo on the vasectomy and I ended up getting a heart transplant... and they messed up on that and I got new bone marrow.... '*2 hours later* So they messed up on my prostate exam I got a blood transfusion. They gave me the wrong blood and I exploded.

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  Feklfekl2222  |  32

I hate people who say: Sue the hospital Sue the hospital They do their best and it's not like your paying a fortune for it. At the rate the worlds going relatives will be suing hospitals for not curing their relations cancer. ? (Rant now officially over)

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  Bobissmall  |  13

Forget suing... i think the fact that the student has probably spent hours studying, not to mention spending money on his education, just to find that he may not be able to become a doctor because he faints, is punishment enough. FHL too.

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35: I'm not sure what country you're from, but in the USA is not free. Secondly, any type of surgery costs a LOT, and if you end up getting paralyzed or disabled, it is only fair you get at least some recompense. However, I do believe in this case, unless there is any brain damage that must be treated, you're right, OP shouldn't sue.

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  2ndSucks  |  15

Seriously, those who are saying sue the hospital should think about that a little first. First, neither the hospital nor the student could control what happened, and second, I'm sure the student is suffering more than op. How would you like to pay thousands of dollars and years of studying and unpaid internship to pass out on the surgical floor, realizing that this may not actually be the job for you? Anyone who thinks that sounds good can support suing the hospital, otherwise you're a little out of line.

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  Bobissmall  |  13

#83 are you trying to suggest that i was wrong? I think my comment makes perfect sense, and I'm assuming that by the thumbs up I have received, you are the only one who thinks it doesn't.

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  Feklfekl2222  |  32

73- the op is in Belgium where (if google is right) they have free healthcare as they do in my country (the uk) and if you don't know where I'm from just check my profile it's not difficult

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  TheRealHouse  |  7

89: Not that your wrong per se, it's just that if they've gotten this far then they should know if they were cut out for it or not. Basicly I'm saying if this fml was written from the students perspective, it's ydi all the way. Don't F with other peoples lives just because you want to be something your not.

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