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Doctor was to blame

MagazineJune 1998 (Vol. 9 Issue 3)Doctor was to blame

Lynne McTaggart's half baked conspiracy theory about Dr Blomfield's case is unhelpful

Lynne McTaggart's half baked conspiracy theory about Dr Blomfield's case is unhelpful. If the facts as she presented them are accurate, then on more than one occasion the child's symptoms and signs should have prompted a far more pro active response. Having established that the mother could not be relied on to provide the safety netting, with persistent symptoms that at least suggested raised intercranial pressure and with "alarming" head swelling, he took his leave without at any time making even a tentative referral to colleagues via official channels. Dr P Stallard (GP registrar), Haverford West..........


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