Sister of UK woman who died in botched C-section makes justice plea

Sister of UK woman who died in botched C-section makes justice plea
 

Xynthia Hawke was 28 and expecting her first child, with all the excitement and delight of a new mother to be.
She and her French partner, Yannick Balthazar, had planned everything down to the last detail in what they hoped would be as natural a birth as possible in a specially chosen clinic.
“Xynthia liked to be prepared for things and this was just the most exciting thing ever to prepare for,” says her sister, Iris Hawke. “She sailed through the pregnancy; she had none of the sickness, just the good things and lots of mental clarity. She was swimming, doing yoga and eating well and she... read more

 
26 September 2018 in World News, Views: 50
Source: Guardian
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