Msg. Boyle worries his breast implants to increase the risk of cancer in the future Credit: SWNS
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Ms. Boyle was 25 when she was was diagnosed.
Later, she was informed by her doctor, Sankaran Narayanan, that she had been misdiagnosed and that she had no cancer.
Sara Sharples, of Irwin Mitchell's lawyers representing Mrs. Boyle, said, "This is a really shocking case when a young mother has come across new news and
" The whole experience had a huge impact on Sarah in many ways
"While we welcome the NHS Trust to have made clear flaws, we have not yet heard it if we improve " We are also deeply concerned about reports of the type of implants Sara has, with suspicions of their potential association with a rare form of cancer
A spokeswoman for the North Midlands University Hospital NHS T rust said: "The misdiagnosis of this type is extremely rare, and we understand how devastating it is for Sarah and her family." 19659004 He added: "Eventually, mistaken reporting of the biopsy is a human error, so as an additional precaution all invasive diagnoses of cancer are now being considered by a second pathologist. "
The Trust said it had shared the findings of its investigation with Ms. Boyle.