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Civil Rights: Inmate Action-Nosebleeds-Deliberate Indifference

Where an inmate brought a deliberate-indifference claim against a doctor, the district court properly found that even if the inmate’s nasal problems, including nosebleeds, qualified as objectively serious medical needs, the record did not show that the doctor was deliberately indifferent, so summary judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. Williamson v. Corizon Inc. (MLW No. 74411/Case No. ...
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