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Hospital trust admits liability

North Cumbria Hospital Trust has admitted liability in three cases where women were told they did not have breast cancer when in fact they did. The cases date back to July 2010. The Trust has apologised to the women.

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Hospital admits liability: Full report

Three women with breast cancer - who were wrongly given the all clear - WILL now receive compensation from the hospital trust responsible. Delays in diagnosis meant that all three of them suffered medically, and the mistake has potentially shortened how long they will live.

The North Cumbria trust which runs the hospitals in Carlisle and Whitehaven has apologised unreservedly for the mistakes made in the screening process. But despite the news, others caught up in the problem say they're still not happy. John Bevir sent this report for ITV Border.

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