More apologies to families follow medical mistakes
St. Petersburg Times, August 20, 2008
More physicians are apologizing for medical errors, thanks to a growing national patient safety movement. Although it was rare in the past, several groups are beginning to urge hospitals and doctors to say they're sorry when mistakes happen.
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