You mean I am not dying?


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roygoh

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I thought stories like this only happens in movies...

Quote from the web link below:

"DEAD WRONG
Docs told me I had 6 months to live so I quit work, planned my funeral, sold everything & blew the lot on my family so we'd enjoy my final days. Then they said they'd got it wrong."


Full story here:
http://www.people.co.uk/news/tm_hea...objectid=19053322&siteid=93463-name_page.html
 

creampuff

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That's why you need a second opinion. Happens here too.
 

raincool2005

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I thought stories like this only happens in movies...

Quote from the web link below:

"DEAD WRONG
Docs told me I had 6 months to live so I quit work, planned my funeral, sold everything & blew the lot on my family so we'd enjoy my final days. Then they said they'd got it wrong."


Full story here:
http://www.people.co.uk/news/tm_hea...objectid=19053322&siteid=93463-name_page.html
get a lawyer... :sweatsm:
 

Wolfgang

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But in a macabre way, the victim is ironically reminded that what are his most valuable things in life. Of course it would seem like the hospital is at fault but well, that is why we do need a second opinion now and again.

But yeah, pwned is the word. :)
 

Gymrat76

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So all he had left for his loved one was his house, if he had indeed died. Spent everything else.. Good thing he's not American, sure sue the docs for millions and millions
 

deckard

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tell him to write a best seller book and make back the money. :)
 

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