Hello teadowner, I think only patient number one was misdiagnosed. Patient number three IMHO was diagnosed correctly in the original diagnosis to have a brain tumor. In 2003 patient #3 was diagnosed with a brain tumor which was also confirmed by the pathology report. I can't see how two years after the patient died anyone can make a better diagnosis and reverse the original diagnosis. Did they take some new tissue samples two years after death and come up with a new pathology report?--Hell NO! This has to be explained. The NEW diagnosis I believe is just "hand waving" BS or trying to "err on the side of caution". I am very disappointed in this BS.