St Vincent’s Hospital possibly covered up chemo dosage scandal

A powerful parliamentary committee investigating the chemotherapy dosing scandal at Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital will deliver a damning report, saying it cannot discount the possibility there was a cover-up. The ABC has obtained a leaked copy of the committee’s report into low doses of chemotherapy given to dozens of head and neck cancer patients by oncologist John Grygiel, who treated patients at St Vincent’s and at cancer clinics in the state’s central west. It finds “the committee is not able to discount the possibility of a cover-up on the part of St Vincent’s Hospital”. It also concluded that: “…the hospital’s…
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