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Man advocates for medical malpractice victims after losing sister

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A man has been advocating for medical malpractice victims for years after his sister died in a nursing home in Brookfield after suffering from medical negligence during a routine surgery.

Reports said Wade Ayer still cannot move on after his sister, Julie Ayer Rubenzer, died on December 26, 2003. Julie, 38, was given an excessive dosage of the anesthetic propofol during a standard breast implant procedure in Florida. Though the medical license of the surgeon was revoked, Wade is advocating for the installation of cameras and microphones inside operating rooms. He believes this would provide a tool for review and disciplinary boards to investigate surgeons’ behavior during operations that go wrong. Wade also created a Facebook Page to help medical malpractice victims seek justice and for communicating to politicians regarding the issue.

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