Malaysian businessman sues Singapore cancer centre over treatment

The Malaysian Insider, 7 Jan 2013
A prominent Malaysian businessman underwent major surgery here for suspected cancer but later found out that he was not suffering from the ailment, reported the Straits Times (ST).
The Singapore newspaper said he is now suing National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCC) and a senior consultant for damages.
Both defendants deny the claims and made it clear in court documents filed that they never told him he had cancer of the pancreas. Full story

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