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Civil Rights – Prisoner Medical Treatment – Deliberate Indifference (access required)

A jail inmate who was diagnosed with a mass in his chest prior to his incarceration, and who repeatedly complained about breathing difficulty, loss of consciousness and other symptoms during his incarceration, may pursue claims for deliberate indifference to his serious medical need in violation of the Eighth Amendment, a Richmond U.S. District Court holds. Although ...

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