A Northampton father, widowed after doctors' at Northampton General Hospital repeatedly failed to diagnose his wife with breast cancer over two and a half years, says he fears it could happen to another family.
Mohammed Chaudhry says his wife Samina was referred to the hospital by her GP numerous times as a lump on her breast became larger.
But on each occasion she was told it could not be cancer and even advised to use Evening Primrose Oil to reduce the swelling.
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