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Re: privacy, defamation, libel,

Posted by alexandra_k on June 27, 2020, at 17:56:41

In reply to Re: privacy, defamation, libel,, posted by alexandra_k on June 27, 2020, at 17:47:45

Callaghan first felt a lump in her breast in June last year.

Two doctors told her it was nothing to worry about, and a referral for an ultrasound was not received.

"If you look at all the risk factors, I tick none of them, if you look at all the preventative things to do, I tick all of them," Callaghan previously told Stuff. "I think [doctors] put those things together and decided I didn't need to worry."

A Dunedin Hospital breast surgeon also thought it was unlikely to be cancer but on November 7, biopsy results confirmed the worst.

A CT scan on November 18 showed the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes and liver, so she was no longer eligible for treatment, only palliative care.

and that's basically the story over and over and over and over and over. medical team do nothing. hospice swoops in. patient dies.




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