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I do not know what happened, but if you husband had an allergic reaction to wine, or something in it, it would or should have occurred shortly after first taking a sip. There seems to be a lot more to the story. I don't think you have any type of case against the hospital. The staff or patient can request that certain members not be allowed to visit. Go see a family law attorney.
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