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Boy lives with broken neck for 14 years

A boy lived with an undiagnosed broken neck for 14 years. As a teenager, he went to a hospital complaining about neck problems and he was given painkillers for a strain. Eventually, numbness in his neck caused him to seek treatment and it was only then that the fracture was discovered. He underwent surgery to repair the problem.

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About: Boy lives with broken neck for 14 years

Date: 13 August 2004

Source: Mirror

Author: Brendan Williams

URL: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/allnews/tm_objectid=14525929&method=full&siteid=50143&headline=i-ve-had-a-broken-neck-for-14-years-name_page.html

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