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        A girl who was born at Poole Hospital in 2008 and suffered “near total” oxygen starvation to her brain is set to receive nearly £7.5m in compensation due to clinical negligence. The girl, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, will now have difficulties in communicating and be physically disabled for the rest of her life....
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        A little girl who was born ‘apparently lifeless’ at a Gwent hospital is set to receive over £3million in compensation due to medical negligence. Medics fought to resuscitate the baby at the Caerphilly hospital however she had suffered catastrophic oxygen starvation and brain damage....
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        A woman who died of cervical cancer had repeatedly asked for tests to diagnose the disease, her brother has said. Amber Cliff, 25, first asked for smears when she was 21 because she was worried about bleeding and pains she was experiencing in her stomach, but was told she wasn’t old enough....
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        Dave Tyler suffered the stroke during a business meeting two days after visiting Headmasters salon in Brighton. It is believed that when his head was bent abckwards over the basin to wash his hair, an artery was damaged due to neck extension. This eventually let to a clot which two days later burst in his brain, causing a stroke....
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        Mr O attended his dentist of many years for a routine check up in December 2010. He was informed that his LL5 tooth had a significant carie and would require a filling. Thinking nothing of it, he agreed to the procedure which was performed the same day....
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        The future changes to low-value soft tissue personal injury claims (whiplash accident claims) have been well documented throughout 2016 ever since the Former Chancellor, George Osborne announced his proposals in the Autumn Statement 2015. However, the Ministry of Justice have not yet formally announced their final proposals that will be put into place in the next few years....
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        It has been recently reported that hospitals are currently facing long delays for hospital beds for patients that are admitted as an emergency. Statistics reveal that nearly 475,000 patients waited for more than four hours for a bed in 2015-2016. This shows a large increase since 2010-2011....
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        Cosmetic Surgery, once the preserve of Hollywood Celebrities and New York Socialites, is fast becoming a staple of the UK beauty regimen. However, with increasing demand for ever more complex surgical procedures, the risk of complications has never been higher....
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        It is a sad fact of life that accidents happen. This is especially true when we are children running and playing with our friends in the playground. However, when injuries go beyond scraped knees and bruised egos, we rely on health professionals to manage those injuries professionally and effectively....
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        The decisions that judges make are heavily influenced by society’s current values. Judgements handed out 100, 50 or even 20 years ago may have been decided very differently today as our attitudes to crime and responsibility have invariably changed. No more so is this true then in relation to doctors and the duty they owe patients. Whereas 50 years ago the doctor alone would decide how treatment would be undertaken, almost oblivious of patient concerns, society nowadays requires patient i...
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