The death of a newborn baby could have been avoided if the child had been born in a hospital rather than a midwives unit, an inquest has ruled.A couple slammed the NHS after losing their tiny daughter just six hours after she was born, claiming she should have had better treatment.Kate Seren Stanton-Davies died on March 1, 2009, after suffering from a rare pregnancy condition in which blood leaks from the foetus into the mother.Her mother Rhiannon Davies, 38, a technical writer from Ludlow, Shrops., suffered complications in the last month of her pregnancy which lead to a series of hospital trips and tests.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2234807/Mother-lost-...Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebookt
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