Bristol Royal Infirmary

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A consultant paediatric gastroenterologist who worked at Bristol Children's Hospital told me: 'We honestly had no suspicion at all that anything bad was happening. I suppose it was because, although we may have been working in the same building, specialities often don't mix at all. I would know if someone was mucking up the endoscopes, but I wouldn't necessarily know about heart surgery.' View More »

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