A young Scots mother who tells she was sent home with painkillers by her GP instead of being diagnosed with cancer has died.
Ashley Meehan died just two days before Christmas on December 23, enclosed by her family and friends.
Her partner Peter Potts took to Facebook to sorrowfully declare the death of his “soul mate.”
The 30-year-old ex-nursery teacher from Clydebank had been pronounced cancer-free in December 2018, but alleged medics missed to spot that her cervical cancer had come back prior this year.
After suffering pain, Ashley sought help in April this year but said that she was sent to the home with painkillers by her GP.
Also, Ashley incapable of walking with severe pain in her legs and bladder and declares that she two times went to the accident and emergency unit at Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where, despite her past of cancer, not provided any scans.
It was then unveiled at a scan in May at the Beatson Cancer Charity Centre in Glasgow that cancer had come back.
A representative for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said in a statement: “We are very sorry to learn that Ashley has died. Our thoughts and condolences are with her family at this tough moment.”