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Picture Shows Georgia Marrison who died after doctor’s misdiagnosed her cancer and suggested her weight loss was because she wanted “to be a stick insect like most teenage girls”. See Ross Parry copy RPYCANCER. A pretty 18-year-old died after doctor’s misdiagnosed her cancer and suggested her weight loss was because she wanted “to be a stick insect like most teenage girls”. Tragic Georgia Marrison started suffering from tiredness and persistent vomiting when she was studying for her A-level exams. The college student went to a walk-in centre with her mum but her weight loss was put down to severe anaemia – with one doctor even suggesting it was because she wanted thin. Georgia’s cancer was missed for five months before she was finally diagnosed with an aggressive form of stomach cancer just two months before she died.Ian Hinchliffe / Rossparry.co.uk

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