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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.


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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.

Unfortunately I couldn't find anything describing this situation or what they mean. The possible list is too long.

90% of practicing good medicine is giving a damn about people.

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