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Monday, May 30, 2011

Scotland : Swine flu FAI told virus 'was missed by doctors'

Via BBC, excerpt :

" A fatal accident inquiry into a Scottish swine flu death has heard the victim was relieved when told by doctors he did not have the virus.

Bill Anderson, 53, from Fife, was the first Scot to die who was not suffering from a pre-existing health condition.

His wife Lynda told the inquiry at Dunfermline Sheriff Court he was sent to hospital by NHS 24 in September 2009 but was diagnosed with seasonal flu.

The former RAF medic, from Kirkcaldy, died four days later."

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