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Cancer patient Dies of Massive Radiation Overdose

overdose saying, "We remain convinced it was the overdoses that did this, not the cancer. We knew things weren't looking good but we never ever expected Lisa to pass away so soon. We had hoped to see Christmas".

The Scottish Executive has launched an investigation into the overdose at the Beatson centre that is run by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. A spokeswoman said yesterday that although the findings were in the "final stages of preparation" she was unable to indicate when they would be issued.

Health officials have disclosed 46 incidents since the discovery of errors in Lisa's case where the planned treatment of patients was different from that given - including 14 cases where patients were given overdoses. Sir John Arbuthnott, the chairman of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, said that staff were "extremely upset" to hear of Lisa's death. Her funeral is planned for the next week.
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