No. 07-1028.

512 F.3d 488 (2008)

Leiloni POPOALII, Appellant, v. CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL SERVICES; Earl Cox, Dr.; Raymond Bloomquist, Dr.; Sripatt Kulkanthorn; Marilyn Meyer; Wendy Hull; Debbie Welch; Vanlandingham; Vickie Dixon; Bruce Sharp; Mark Trusty; Renee Samm; Ann White; Stephen Taylor; Christina Hancock; Linda Rose; Jim Dunn; Jim Wilder; Scott Neagle; William Vallier; Alan Ham; George Foster; Lisa Schoenboom; C Nichols; and Morris, Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

Filed: January 10, 2008.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

William Peter Nacy, argued, Jefferson City, MO (Samuel E. Trapp, on the brief), for appellant.

Ryan Eugene Bertels, AAG, argued, Jefferson City, MO, for appellees Foster, Rose, Trusty, Samm, White, Taylor, Hancock, Dunn, Wilder, Neagles, Vallier, Ham, Schoneboom, Nichols, Patterson, Sharp, Schmidt, and Morris.

Peter J. Dunne, argued, St. Louise MO (Jessica L. Liss, on the brief), for appellees Correctional Medical Services, Cox, Dr. Kulkanthorn, Meyer, Hull, Welch, Vanlandingham, and Dixon.

John L. Roark, argued, Columbia, MO (Phebe LaMar, on the brief), for appellee Bloomquist.

Before BYE, BOWMAN, and SMITH, Circuit Judges.

SMITH, Circuit Judge.

Leiloni Popoalii brought this action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 against Correctional Medical Services' (CMS) and Missouri Department of Corrections' (MDOC) staff, and Dr. Raymond Bloomquist. Popoalii claims that these defendants acted with deliberate indifference to her serious medical needs while she was incarcerated in the Women's Eastern Reception Diagnostic and Correctional Center (WERDCC). The district court1


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