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Parents jailed for allowing cancer to ravage daughter's body

The parents of a 17 year old girl were sentenced to 10 years when they allowed undiagnosed cancer to turn her into an invalid. They claim she was injured moving a TV and they did not believe the lump that appeared on her chest later was cancer.

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About: Parents jailed for allowing cancer to ravage daughter's body

Date: 18 May 2004

Source: The Ledger

URL: http://www.theledger.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20040502/NEWS/405020431/1004

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