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This is for failed back surgery with harrington rods that have fractured. After the statute of limitation had passed, surgeon wrote documentation in medical journal that says to the effct.."we now know that many of the prior surgeries for scoliosis are un necassary" many of those recieving complete spinal fusion as mine, have ended up severly disabled. The written practical use of these rods were originally explained as fusion for as many as 6 bvertabret, not total fusion as explained in the patent for these rods. I have pages of documentation collected over the past few years.I have completed much research and compiled a ledger of information concerning the failure rate of these surgeries and documented medical facts regarding the human experimentations. Surgeries that should have never been, and human subject research that had no follow up, which should have contributed to the success rate curve in the feild. Research suggests that surgeons did not offer adolescent idiopathic scoliosis treatment with rods as an option, but rather as the only option to save the life of the scoliosis patient. It is now common knowlege in the field that scoliosis surgery is not the best option and mostly causes debilitating results. Please take this case.
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