Concerns about the gastroenterology department dating back to 2011 remain unresolved, a TV documentary will reveal
Great Ormond Street childrenâ€™s hospital unnecessarily gave patients potentially dangerous drugs, subjected them to invasive tests and wrongly diagnosed them with a rare allergy, it can be revealed.
An inquiry into the world-renowned London hospitalâ€™s care of children with gut conditions found it was putting patientsâ€™ physical and mental health at risk, previously unpublished documents show. Misdiagnosis and over-treatment also saw patients put on very strict â€œexclusion dietsâ€� which brought no benefit.
In a 2016 briefing, Great Ormond Street had admitted that some approaches had been ‘at the aggressive end of the spectrum’
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