The independent watchdog Healthcare Inspectorate Wales says it is "aware of the report" from the Royal College of Surgeons, and has "been in discussion with both Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and the Welsh Government, regarding the concerns raised."
It says it has been provided with a copy of the action plan for improving care, and "will be holding further discussions with the health board to assess progress."
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