Diagnosis Murder: Season 3, Episode 10

Living on the Streets Can Be Murder (16 Feb. 1996)

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A homeless woman's corpse is found in the streets, but her liver was removed while she was still alive, as required for safe organ-transplants. Her balanced diet allows tracing her to a ... See full summary »

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Walter Mason
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Tom Winston (as Fredric Lane)
Denise Miller ...
Cheryl Dante
Cynthia Steele ...
People's Clinic Nurse
Wayne Tippit ...
Howard Mitchell
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Dead Kevin Lewis
Bill Zuckert ...
Whit Sterling
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The Nurse
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The Mother
Chuck Sloan ...
Dr. Bradley
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A homeless woman's corpse is found in the streets, but her liver was removed while she was still alive, as required for safe organ-transplants. Her balanced diet allows tracing her to a shelter where homeless Walter Mason identifies her as his widowed friend Patsy. After another 'fatal organ-donation', Mark plays the part of a healthy homeless man. The sleuths find the free clinic which examines homeless in that area, run by Cheryl Dante and Tom Winston, is linked to Howard Mitchell's foundation's Beverly Hills private practice, where organs could be sold for fabulous fortunes. Steve finds Tom has a dirty record, Mark suggests a trap... Written by KGF Vissers

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