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The Kerala High Court today ordered to preserve the blood sample of a 10-year-old cancer patient, who died yesterday in Alappuzha, months after she tested HIV positive allegedly following a blood transfusion.
The interim order was issued by Justice Sunil Thomas on a petition filed by parents of the girl seeking a detailed investigation into the circumstances that led to her death.
Her father alleged that there were "lapses" in the treatment of his daughter at RCC in March last year.
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