The family of a man who died weeks from an infection after a kidney "couldn't understand" why the hospital that treated him used an organ refused by other hospitals, an inquest has heard.
ITV News Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports from an inquest into the deaths of Robert Stuart and Darren Hughes, who received allegedly infected donor kidneys at the University Hospital of South Wales.
Robert (Jim) Stuart & Darren Hughes died a couple of weeks after surgery in 2013. PM revealed infection caused by parasitic worm
Family "couldn't understand why Cardiff used this kidney when it had been refused by other hospitals"
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