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450 patients unnecessary death in British hospital

PORTSMOUTH – at Least 456 older patients in the years 1989 – 2000 in a hospital in the South england Portsmouth unnecessarily died of the consequences of incorrectly prescribed strong painkillers. This is on a Wednesday, the published report, reported the BBC.

A lot of patient data in the Gosport War Memorial Hospital have been lost. Therefore, the actual number of victims is probably much higher. It is believed that there are still two hundred elderly people have succumbed to opiates that they without a medical reason were administered.

In the hospital was according to the report, a culture without any respect for human life, the lives were shortened.

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