Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge is to be the first in the country scrutinised by the Government as part of a review into the way the NHS deals with complaints from patients and their relatives.
Its being headed up by the Labour MP Ann Clwyd who was given the role after speaking out about the poor care her husband received at a hospital in Wales. Matthew Hudson reports.
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