After deliberating for about eight hours, a Philadelphia jury Friday awarded $2 million to a woman who was discharged from a hospital emergency room only to be re-admitted and later diagnosed with a rare neurological condition.

The $2 million is compensation for pain and suffering, lost earning capacity and past and future medical expenses. The woman’s husband was awarded $500,000 for loss of consortium.

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