Veteran who was wrongly treated as HIV positive for NINE YEARS is suing hospital after being "emotionally and Mentally destroyed"
Las Vegas, NV
HIV LAWSUIT: WRONGLY
DIAGNOSED WITH HIV
VETERAN BOBBY RUSSELL
SUING KENTUCKY HOSPITAL
AFTER BEING "EMOTIONALLY
DAMAGED AND MENTALLY
"It's just the most difficult thing I've had to deal with my entire life," he told
Lex18. "I feel like I was lied to."
Speaking to the Lexington Herald Leader, he said: "I feel like I was sentenced to a crime I wasn't guilty of. I have intentionally put distance between my family and my friends because I thought I was dying, and I didn't want my nieces and nephews see me deteriorating. " I thought I was dying. Emotionally, mentally, it destroyed me. It just destroyed me. In 2009, when things got really bad for me, suicide was a strong option for me."
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Kentucky Man Bobby Russell
sues after alleged HIV Mis-
diagnosis: "It's just been the
most difficult thing I've had
to deal with my entire life".
Bobby Russell said none of his doctors
reviewed a test following his initial
diagnosis that may have revealed he actually was not HIV positive. Continue reading ...
A veteran who was led to believe he was HIV positive for nine years is suing the hospital, health department and doctors, it emerged today. Bobby Russell, 43, from Kentucky, has spent almost a decade of his life on heavy medication, avoided his friends and family, only had intimate relationships with people who were HIV positive and became so depressed he considered suicide. Continue reading
by Greg Kocher
Lexington Man's Lawsuit Says
Doctors Misdiagnosed, Treated
Him For HIV
Bobby Russell received HIV treatments for almost eight years before receiving a shocking diagnosis: He never actually had the virus that causes AIDS. Now the 43-year-old Lexington man is suing. Click to continue reading ...
Xtra: Bobby Russell Fights Dismissal
of His Kentucky Lawsuit, Still Contests
His "HIV Test" Results - and You Can, Too!
Urgent! You can make a difference ... Bobby Russell, recently interviewed by "How Positive Are You" co-host David Crowe on his "The Infectious Myth" show, is raising funds to appeal ...
This system has an effective monopoly on "HIV/AIDS" testing and treatment on eastern Kentucky but no accountability to patients on how reliable those tests are. Continue reading ...