A woman whose breast cancer was missed by the North Lancashire and South Cumbria breast screening programme is calling for an historic review of cases.
'Lisa' was given the all clear in 2005 after a routine mammogram. Six months later it emerged her cancer had been missed. She was 37 years old.
Lisa said she was devastated: "My confidence was just destroyed, I just thought how can that happen?
"I put all my trust in people to look after me and then they report I'm fine and less than six months later I'm not fine."
ITV news obtained figures earlier this year showing at least 14 other cases were missed between 2005 and 2011.
An investigation into the North Lancashire and South Cumbria Breast Screening Programme has highlighted "serious concerns" in relation to the management, working relations and audit culture.
The review concluded the service is safe but there must be a "significant review of processes" to ensure it stays that way.
The University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Trust says it welcomes the report and will implement all of its findings. Katie Hunter has more:
Another of Cumbria's NHS Trusts has been told it's not up to scratch.
The Morecambe Bay Trust which runs the Westmorland General in Kendal is set to be placed into special measures.
A series of inspections found that the quality of care at their hospitals needed improvements, although the report said the Westmorland General itself was providing good overall care.
Kendal's hospital has come out the best but it runs fewer services than the Lancaster Infirmary and the Furness General.
That means many patients from this area are sent to Lancaster or Barrow. Fiona Marley Paterson been looking into what difference this will make to patient care.
The NHS trust which runs the Westmorland General in Kendal is to be placed into special measures.
It follows a series of inspections that found that the quality of care at two hospitals of the Morecambe Bay NHS Trust needed improvements, although the Westmorland General itself was providing a good service overall.
The county's two other main hospitals are already in special measures. Here's Fiona Marley Patterson.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC)says there are several ways in which the Morecambe Bay Hospitals Trust needs to improve:
- It needs to recruit more staff and the right staff.
- It needs to report when things go wrong and make sure they don't happen again.
- It needs better records and more assessment of its own performance.
The CQC have recommended the Trust be put into special measures, meaning the hospitals will get extra help to make the necessary improvement.
Kendal's Westmorland General Hospital has been named as providing a good over all service.
The county's other two main hospitals, run by the trust, are already in special measures.
The Chief Executive of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation has expressed her disappointment at the news that the Morecambe Bay Hospital Trust is set to be placed in special measures.
Jackie Daniel said 'significant improvements' are being made within the trust but that it will take some time for them to be fully implemented.
The Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Professor Sir Mike Richards, has said that it is "disappointing" that he has had to put the Morecambe Bay Hospitals NHS Trust into special measures.