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Witness: Weis's doctors waited too long

Says delay caused damage to legs

Former Patriots' offensive coordinator Charlie Weis (center) and his wife, Maura, with Weis's attorney Michael E. Mone. Former Patriots' offensive coordinator Charlie Weis (center) and his wife, Maura, with Weis's attorney Michael E. Mone. (TED FITZGERALD/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Mike Reiss
Globe Staff / February 16, 2007

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A specialist testified that former New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis would not have neurological damage to his legs if doctors had performed a second operation more quickly than they did after his initial gastric bypass procedure in June 2002. (Full article: 303 words)

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