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GP faces disciplinary inquiry after telling a dying manís partner that he would be fine

A woman phoned an after hours GP after her partnerís lips and fingers had turned blue. The GP told her he would be fine and did no follow up. The man died soon after of cyanosis caused by an accidental drug overdose.

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About: GP faces disciplinary inquiry after telling a dying manís partner that he would be fine

Date: 22 Feb 2002

Source: BBC News Uk Edition

URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/1836443.stm

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