The medical director of the Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, whose consultant urologist Paul Miller was dismissed over fears he may have mistreated patients, has apologised to anyone who may have been affected.
Des Holden said: "On behalf of the trust, I apologise unreservedly for the errors in these patients' treatment. I acknowledge and appreciate that the outcome of the clinical review and the content of the letters will be deeply distressing to our patients and their families and I am very sorry."
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