Care denied to dying man

Peter Tyndall, The Public Services Ombudsman for Wales says Carl Nolan could have had a liver transplant had his liver disease been diagnosed earlier.

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Hospital failings led to death

Carl Nolan was born with liver disease and died aged 30 after a catalogue of errors which prevented him from having a life-saving transplant, the Public Services Ombudsman found. Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board admitted 'below standard' care.