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Woman died of cancer after five months battling for a face-to-face appointment

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mother of 27-year-old Jessica Brady has told MPs she might still have been alive if she had managed to see her GP face-to-face.

Jessica died in December, 2020 three weeks after being diagnosed with liver cancer. Prior to her diagnosis she underwent a series of virtual appointments over the course of five months, however her tumour wasn't spotted, reports The Mirror.

Heartbroken mum Andrea told the Health and Social Care Committee on September 14 that Jessica was repeatedly denied an in-person.

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