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Delayed tests, inadequate care linked to 23 cancer patient deaths at Veterans Affairs hospitals

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Delays in cancer screenings contributed to as many as 23 patient deaths at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals nationwide, according to an agency document. Another 53 patients suffered some type of harm as a result of improper care related to gastrointestinal cancer testing or treatment, according to the April 2014 fact sheet produced by the veterans' agency. The document does not say the...

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