Pianist Who Lost Arm Arriving At Supreme Court Pianist Diana Levine of Vermont lost her right arm to gangrene after a doctor injected her with a drug that caused an adverse reaction. Now she is at the center of an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case about lawsuits involving the medical industry.
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Pianist Who Lost Arm Arriving At Supreme Court

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Pianist Who Lost Arm Arriving At Supreme Court

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Pianist Diana Levine of Vermont lost her right arm to gangrene after a doctor injected her with a drug that caused an adverse reaction. Now she is at the center of an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case about lawsuits involving the medical industry.

John Dillon reports for Vermont Public Radio.