A Macon jury took just 30 minutes to award $12.5 million to a man whose doctor failed to diagnose a cancerous growth on his neck despite being provided an MRI indicating it could be malignant. 

The treating doctor admitted he never reviewed the MRI and to later performing a procedure that allowed cancerous fluid to leak into the patient’s neck tissue.

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