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A mother who was wrongly diagnosed with a frozen shoulder for three years was finally told she was actually suffering from cancer - the day before she died in a hospital toilet.
Care home worker Jean Cross, 60, repeatedly complained about the pain in her arm and was eventually left in total agony and unable to move it.
As she waited for the results Jean was rushed to Dr Gray's Hospital in Elgin last week after falling seriously ill.
Only then did doctors tell her they suspected she was suffering from lung cancer.
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To make matters worse, Jean was found dead in a toilet at Dr Gray's Hospital in Elgin, Moray.It's devastating to think she died on a toilet floor, scared alone and in agony.'Jean was a hard-working woman who put her trust in these doctors. I want to know how they could have missed lung cancer for three years.'It makes me so angry to think of her lying there in pain because of someone else's mistake.'Jean, from Buckie in Banffshire, was always fit and active and devoted to her job at a local care home.In 2008 she went to see her GP at her medical practice, the Ardach Health Centre, because her shoulder was stiff and sore.But the discovery came too late for Jean and the results of the scan were only revealed to her family on the day she died last Tuesday.Colin revealed: 'She was almost climbing the walls in agony.'As she was lying there the doctor told her he had seen her scans and thought she had lung cancer.'Around 300 sympathy cards have arrived for popular Jean and the baptist church in Buckie was packed out for her funeral on Tuesday.
Digger driver Colin revealed: 'Once she came out of the surgery in tears because they wouldn't listen to her.'She knew there was something seriously wrong, but the doctors kept telling her it was nothing to worry about.'Jean did what they said and got physiotherapy, accupuncture and all that, but it made no difference.'Six months ago grandmother-of-two Jean's condition took a rapid turn for the worse and she was unable to move her arm.