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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 8 MARCH 2023 • ISSUE 833 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 PAGE 2 PAGE 5 Mater Dei investigating negligence claims over amputation of baby's leg MARIANNA CALLEA AN internal investigation into the case of an Australian family claiming neg- ligence on behalf of Maltese doctors who damaged their baby's artery is on- going, the Health Ministry confirmed on Tuesday. The Seguna family had filed a com- plaint with Mater Dei Hospital claim- ing Maltese doctors damaged their ba- by's artery while treating the boy for a chest infection. The family were in Malta on holiday last year when the seven-month-old baby had to be hospitalised because of a chest infection. Steward hospitals saga must go to board of inquiry, says professor of law Lifeless body found in sea off Gnejna Bay MATTHEW VELLA A public inquiry into the Vitals-Steward hospitals privatisation scandal should be set up and led by three retired judges, in which all Cabinet members party to the decision be asked to testify, the constitutionalist Prof. Kevin Aquilina has said. Seguna family of Melbourne filed complaint with Maltese health ministry after doctors treating baby for chest infection damaged artery that led to leg amputation Baby Zayn was only seven months old when he was hospitalised for a chest infection while on holiday in Malta (Photos: Supplied to 7NEWS)

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