“Mary Ann DeBernardis of Utica knew her mother was dying when she left the hospital on the evening of July 5, 2013. Burdened with a number of health problems, she died in the middle of the night. Wanting to know more about what caused her death, DeBernardis and her family asked for her medical records. ‘And that’s when we learned about Haldol.'” (From the Utica Observer-Dispatch)
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