Girl whose terminal spine cancer was misdiagnosed as arthritis dies aged 17

  The Sun 

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A GIRL whose terminal spine cancer was misdiagnosed as arthritis has died aged 17. Caron Cassidy, 39, was horrified when medics said her daughter Alix Cassidy had terminal cancer and there was nothing more they could do. A GoFundMe page had been set up to pay for Alix’s treatment, raising over £17,000. The money will […]
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