Breast Cancer Test Fiasco In Newfoundland and Labrador

February 22, 2008 by  
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Source: CBC News

Death count mounts in breast cancer test fiasco

Last Updated: Friday, February 22, 2008 | 5:30 PM NT
CBC News

The number of deceased patients involved in a controversial series of breast cancer tests in Newfoundland and Labrador is significantly higher than previously thought, officials said Friday.

As well, more than three dozen patients were never told that their important lab tests had to be redone, even amid a widening public scandal over botched hormone receptor tests.

Results of a review announced Friday show that almost a third of the patients who were tested during an eight-year window, between 1997 and 2005, have already died, significantly more than had been reported less than a year ago.

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One Response to “Breast Cancer Test Fiasco In Newfoundland and Labrador”
  1. Hi,

    I thought I would share a new blog with you … it’s the “UNOFFICIAL” Cameron Inquiry Blog about breast cancer in Newfoundland. Perhaps you can link to it and share some comments for your readers.

    Love you site.

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