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A mother who was diagnosed with breast cancer, had undergone double mastectomy and chemotherapy before the NHS hospital was admitted.
Sarah Boyle was traumatized after doctors at the Royal Stoke University Hospital diagnosed her with triple-negative breast cancer at the end of 2016.  The hospital did not recognize the error until several months later in July 201
7. By that time, the 28-year-old had already received several rounds of strenuous treatment and major surgery.
The mother of two children also had to cope with the knowledge that the Breast implants could pose an increased risk of cancer for them.
Elder said that the error had occurred because a biopsy sample was recorded incorrectly.
Mrs Boyle ha As a result of the ordeal, she suffered a mental trauma and continues to suffer from the persistent symptoms caused by the unnecessary treatment.
She was first told that her cancer treatment could affect her fertility.
The patient was finally able to stay for a second, which is now seven months old but was unable to breastfeed because of the treatment.
The Foundation has now admitted liability and apologized to Mrs. Boyle, although the trials are still ongoing.
"The last few years have been incredibly difficult for me and my family," she said.
"I was told that I had cancer was terrible, but then I had to go through all the treatments and surgeries to find out that it was unnecessary was traumatizing.
"And while I was happy to give birth to Louis, it was really heartbreaking when I could not breastfeed him."
"As if that was not bad enough Now I'm worried about the possibility of actually developing cancer in the future because I'm also worried about possible complications from my chemo.