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Treliske Pays Out After Mum Loses Baby
3:58pm 19th December 2012
(Updated 3:58pm 19th December 2012)
A woman who lost her baby has been paid £65,000 in damages by Treliske, after the hospital did not spot she was suffering appendicitis.
Jodie Morris ended up going into labour early over Christmas 2005, but little Ashley did not survive.
Health bosses have expressed condolences and say they want to learn from what happened.
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