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Wife dies of misdiagnosed bowel cancer

A woman went misdiagnosed for 14 months during which time she was given painkillers and antibiotics. A second opinion eventually discovered bowel cancer but she died 3 weeks later. Bowel cancer is completely curable if detected and treated early.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Stockport Express

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About: Wife dies of misdiagnosed bowel cancer

Date: 16 Mayl 2004

Source: Stockport Express

Author: Kirsty Elleray

URL: http://www.stockportexpress.co.uk/news/index/articles/article_id=6602.html

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