A children's hospital is facing urgent questions over why it appears to have failed to tell a coroner that its actions caused the death of a disabled 12-year-old girl it had been treating. Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) had ... Disability News Service, 1 month ago
www.medindia.net 'He always wanted to help other people, always put other people first' A Harley Street doctor killed himself by jumping from his luxury penthouse apartment after his mother asked him to seek "a cure" for being gay, an inquest ...Sott.net, 2 weeks ago Nazim Mahmood killed himself after mother told him to cure himself of being gay Capital Bay, 2 weeks ago Harley Street doctor, 34, killed himself by jumping from his penthouse flat after court hears his Muslim mother told him to cure himself of being gay when he told her he was engaged to a man Capital Bay, 2 weeks ago
Patients, aged one to 12, among eight children whose transplants failed Concerns arose in 2013 after operation on fundraiser Sophie Palmer, 12 Hospital says Katie Joyce, 4, could have been saved if quicker action taken Lawyers have also accused ...Capital Bay, 4 weeks ago Four cancer-stricken children died at Great Ormond Street after failures in stem cell transplants, inquest hears Capital Bay, 4 weeks ago
Scott and Sue Stroman said Haringey Council had 'questions to answer' It comes after their 16-year-old daughter Mary was killed in January 2014 They told court she was subjected to 'terrible sexual trauma' by older men It led to deterioration in ...Capital Bay, 2 months ago
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