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Egyptian script-writer Nadine Shams passes away

Shams' family holds the hospital responsible for her death

Ahram Online, Saturday 22 Mar 2014
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42-year old Nadeen Shams passed away on Saturday
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Nadine Shams, a scriptwriter, has died on Saturday 22 March following a health deterioration which her family blamed on a medical mistake occurring during an operation that she had days before.

According to Al-Ahram Arabic news website, her husband, Nabil El-Qott, has filed a complaint demanding a forensic doctor to determine the cause of death.

El-Qott accused the hospital of carelessness that led to Shams' death after a surgical mistake. 

Shams is a graduate of the High Cinema Institute, she wrote Ehna Etkabelna Abl Kida (We've met before) a 2008 film starring Egyptian actress Nelly Kareem.

She also worked on the popular television series Moga Harra last Ramadan.

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