• 25 years after the death of Libby Zion at New York Hospital, a physician reflects on the changes in how residents are trained–changes largely brought about by the scrutiny invited by the tragic facts of Ms. Zion’s case.
    • The statute of limitations for medical malpractice lawsuits may be increased , and New York’s Medical Society is in Albany today to voice its concerns.  Currently two and one half years from the time of the malpractice, state law makers are considering a so called “data discovery” law that would allow potential plaintiffs to initiate a suit whenever the effects of the malpractice manifest themselves.

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