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Notre Dame coach’s medical malpractice lawsuit cut short in mistrial

A judge declared a mistrial in Notre Dame coach’s medical malpractice lawsuit after a juror collapsed and several doctors, including the two defendants, rushed to his aid. The plaintiff claims that the defendants in the case botched his care after he had gastric bypass surgery in June of 2002. An attorney for the plaintiff stated that it is with great reluctance that he asked for the mistrial.

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