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Watchdog's failure claim after Carl Nolan liver disease death

The family of a man who died following what has been described as one of the worst examples of poor treatment in the Welsh NHS has accused a medical watchdog of refusing to take action.

For seven years, Carl Nolan was not told he had the liver disease cirrhosis.

He eventually died from the condition.

Last year, the Public Services Ombudsman produced a damning report but Mr Nolan's family has said complaints to the General Medical Council are going nowhere.

Roger Pinney reports.

  • 12 Mar 2014
  • From the section Wales
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