A Philadelphia jury has hit the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania with a $44.1 million verdict for failing to recognize a woman’s adverse reaction to anti-coagulant medication before she suffered a brain hemorrhage.

The verdict in Tate v. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania came down Wednesday afternoon, with the jury finding the hospital 65 percent liable and an ­attending doctor 35 percent liable.

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