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Mother misdiagnosed with cancer was claiming chemo, mastectomy, lawyers



A mother of two and her lawyers claim that she had undergone chemo, mastectomy, and reconstructive surgery when she was told she never had cancer at all.

28-year-old Sarah Boyle told SWNS that her lawyers received a liability permit from the Hospital Trust. However, she wants more parameters to be set up so that this can not happen to any other patient.

"I was told that I had cancer, that it was horrible, but then going through all the treatments and surgeries to find it was unnecessary was traumatic," Boyle from Straffordshire, England, told SWNS.

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9659006] Boyle, pictured with her children, said she is now worried about the possibility of future diagnosis due to her reconstructive surgery.
(SWNS)

Boyle claims that her ordeal began at age 25 when she was allegedly told she had triple-negative breast cancer. She was treated extensively but was told in July 2017 that an error had occurred.

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"In recent years, it has been incredibly difficult for me and my family," Boyle told SWNS. She was told that the treatment could cause fertility problems.

  Her lawyers said that she was given liability from the Hospital Trust, but she wants more answers.

Her lawyers said that she was given liability from the Hospital Trust, but she wants more answers.
(SWNS)

She had her second child but was unable to breastfeed because of her treatment, which she described as "heartbreaking." She is now also worried that she may develop cancer during her reconstructive surgery because of the implants she uses.

"While my experiences do not change, I urgently need answers to what's being done to make sure nobody else is suffering like me," she told SWNS.

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Their lawyers told the news agency that "Although the NHS has acknowledged the obvious shortcomings, we do not yet know if any improvements will be made were made to prevent this from happening again. "


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