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09 Aug 2022

€22.5 million settlement for Tipperary boy following missed diagnosis

€22.5 million settlement for Tipperary boy following missed diagnosis

€22.5 million settlement for Tipperary boy following missed diagnosis

A Tipperary boy who suffered severe brain damage after Cork University Maternity Hospital failed to diagnose meningitis after his birth has settled legal action for €22.5 million, according to RTÉ.

RTÉ is reporting that Cork University Maternity Hospital apologised to Calum English and his parents on Tuesday, after initially denying liability.

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