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A nurse, who died three days before she was due to turn 75, who suffered from cancer and was told she was to stopjarvees.com seeing patients because of her cancer symptoms, was to be prosecuted by the government after it became clear she was lying about her condition.
Dr Carol Hovey, of St Helen’s hospital, in Liverpool, admitte더킹카지노d to committing the worst “unnecessary” surgery of her career in October last year after the patient’s brother found out she had lung cancer.
Ms Hovey, who was a nurse for 37 years, died on 16 November last year from a self-inflicted bullet wound. It has been ruled an accident.
The case has revived calls for changes within the medical profession following revelations that at least half a million women in the UK are suffering from breast cancer.
One expert said: “The NHS is not taking seriously its obligations under the law to tell a woman who has been diagnosed with cancer that she is no longer entitled to health services and to allow her to go home.”
The nurse, Miss Molloy, was found guilty of using a defibrillator three weeks before her funeral at her home in Liverpool. She became embroiled in a dispute with a GP, and she later denied telling him she had cancer and said that she believed it was a serious condition.
She was given a suspended sentence under the Health and Safety at Work Act for lying about her condition and she was arrested as she attempted to leave the hospital.
Miss Molloy’s husband Anthony, 39, said: “We wanted a proper death certificate because we thought Carol had done something wrong. We didn’t want to put her body in a casket.”
He told the court: “We feel she made a mistake, she should never have been allowed to go to the cemetery but now she’s dead and we just want the truth.”
An expert who was part of the investigation into her death said he was appalled that her husband was jaile