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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada jury is being asked to hold the state’s largest health management company responsible for up to $1 billion in damages for sending two women to an outpatient medical clinic owned by a once-prominent Las Vegas physician where they contracted incurable hepatitis C in 2005.

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