Jenny Hope
The Daily Mail
August 9, 2013

Doctors and nurses lose 18,000 hospital records of cancer patients each year, a survey has found.

And 20 per cent of sufferers say they are patronized by medical staff when receiving treatment.

The loss of records affects around 11 per cent of patients in England – prompting fears about the level of care for those concerned.

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