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Victims of ex-NHS butcher surgeon demand answers over delayed Government probe

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Patients butchered by rogue brain surgeon Sam Eljamel have revealed that one to one clinical reviews into every case promised by the Scottish government have have yet to begin.

Health secretary Neil Gray promised a detailed investigation into the 200 affected patients beginning in April. Former first minister Humza Yousaf had announced there would be a public inquiry into the scandal and confirmed all those involved would have one-to-one clinical reviews of their cases.

But Jules Rose, 55, who had a tear duct removed by Eljamel instead of a tumour, said: “As the representative for patients we feel once again extremely let down, left in limbo and as if we’re not being taken seriously enough.“We’re very much in the dark and we’re fed up waiting.

We’ve been trying to get the government to listen to us since 2018, there’s been no transparency and no communication about why the reviews haven’t started yet.“Neil Gray said the reviews would commence in the middle of April - it is now the end of May.

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