On Feb. 28, 1993, Northeastern University freshman Michel Goldberg died of acute myelogenous leukemia, a diagnosis never made by the school’s health clinic.

On Wednesday, a Suffolk Superior Court jury found that Northeastern University, not the doctors who treated Goldberg, acted negligently. The jury ordered the university to pay $4 million to Goldberg’s parents, The Boston Globe reports.

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