UK hospital accused of selling body parts for booze
2014-07-31 0:00

From: RINF

A leading cancer hospital is to be investigated following allegations that one of its staff members exchanged human body samples for whisky and cash.

The calls to investigate Christies NHS foundation trust came after the accusation was made by an anonymous whistleblower, prompting British MP Rosie Cooper to contact the watchdog, the Human Tissue Authority (HTA), the Manchester Evening News reports.

British MP Rosie Cooper has also written to the government’s health secretary Jeremy Hunt, describing the whistleblowers’ claims as “serious and grave”.

“The allegation tissue samples were sold without patients’ permission if proven will bring shame on the NHS. The idea that individuals have allegedly profited from these sales, again if proven, would be abhorrent,” the daily cited her as saying.

“It is important that no stone is left unturned in this investigation and for no allegation to be ignored”.

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