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‘New sepsis rules could have saved my son’

July 13th, 2016

Episode 1066 of 1744 episodes

Suspected sepsis in patients must be treated as an emergency in the same way as heart attacks are, England's health watchdog NICE has announced. We speak to Melissa Mead, whose son William died of sepsis in 2014, and Professor Saul Faust, chair of the NICE group that developed the new guidelines. (Image: Melissa Mead and son William. Credit: William Mead's Family)

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