Police take up probe into Cardiff surgeon David Paul Berry
5:14pm Wednesday 11th December 2013 in News
THE PROBE into South Wales surgeon David Paul Berry has been referred to South Wales Police they said this afternoon.
South Wales Police Detective Supt Paul Hurley said: “This matter has been referred to us by the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. Following a report from the Royal College of Surgeons into the specifics of this case we have liaised with the Coroner and are now in consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service to examine the facts."
The General Medical Council confirmed it is investigating Mr Berry, whose registration has, since March, been subject to conditions imposed by its interim orders panel.
THE death of a Newport man, 66-year-old Martyn Rogers, following surgery to remove liver tumours, is among eight deemed “avoidable” following an independent review of more than 30 operations by the surgeon at a Cardiff hospital.
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