Maryland hospital fined in two radiation dosage errors
Annapolis, MD-based Anne Arundel Medical Center has been fined $20,000 by the Maryland Department of the Environment after reporting two incidents in which cancer patients received the wrong doses of radiation. MDE officials said they received reports of two similar incidents in 2007 of "misadministration" of radiation by cancer care providers.
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