Crain's Chicago Business
by Stephanie Goldberg
Investigation blames treatment delays for preventable deaths.
When inmate William Kent Dean complained of blood clots in his urine, a prison doctor said he might have kidney stones—or cancer. He waited four months for a diagnosis of advanced kidney cancer and another three months for the surgery he needed to survive.
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