The family of a mother of four from Rowley Regis are demanding answers from the NHS over why her condition remained undiagnosed despite more than 30 hospital visits.
Relatives of Jeannine Harvey said the 33-year-old died in agony after repeated failures by medical staff to recognise, diagnose and treat her condition.
Ms Harvey, from Rowley Regis, died in July, eight months after first complaining of pain in her left leg and abdomen.
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