The daughter of a woman who died from bowel cancer says her mother begged doctors to take her health concerns seriously. Madelene Pratt Hooson had repeatedly visited her GP because she knew something wasn't right.
A month after she was finally diagnosed - cancer claimed her life at just 66.
Her daughter Laura says her mother would not have suffered as she did - IF doctors had diagnosed her earlier. James Crichton-Smith reports
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