Girl, 7, awarded £1m after a GP missed signs of deadly meningitis



A Lincolnshire girl who was so close to death after fighting meningitis that her family said their goodbyes has been awarded £1m in damages.
Seven-year-old Alice-Rose Lloyd, from Gainsborough, contracted the infection when she was just over a year old in February 2010.
She became so ill that an organ donation team was on standby because doctors didn't expect her to make it.
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But the plucky youngster beat the odds and survived.
Judge Graham Wood QC told London's High Court on Monday that Alice-Rose's... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 30
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