Woman who allegedly died at acupuncture clinic dies from lung cancer
A woman who allegedly killed herself at a hospital after being admitted to an acupuncture clinic in Brisbane’s CBD has died from her cancer, the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital said.
The 34-year-old woman was admitted to the A$30,000 ($25,000) Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine clinic in the CBD on Thursday, the hospital said in a statement.
“We have confirmed that this was an accident and that the woman has died,” the hospital statement said.
The Royal Brisbane is in the process of transferring the woman’s case to Queensland Health, the Queensland Health Board said in an emailed statement. “
Our thoughts are with her family and friends during this difficult time.”
The Royal Brisbane is in the process of transferring the woman’s case to Queensland Health, the Queensland Health Board said in an emailed statement.
The case has been referred to the Queensland Coroners Court.
“The Queensland Coroner’s Office will be informed of the findings of the coroner’s inquest,” the statement said, adding that the inquest is being held in Brisbane.
The woman was treated for a lung condition and was later discharged from hospital, the statement read.
It is not clear whether the woman was the first woman to be admitted to a hospital with lung cancer. “
All our thoughts are and always will be with the family and loved ones during this traumatic time.”
It is not clear whether the woman was the first woman to be admitted to a hospital with lung cancer.
The hospital said it had no record of the woman being admitted there, but the Queensland Cancer Council said the woman had previously been diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
A spokeswoman for the Queensland health board said the case had been referred by the Queensland Medical Board to the Royal Queensland and Women, which had been asked to examine the case.
Queensland Health said it was working with Queensland Coronial to examine all of the facts surrounding the incident.
A woman’s death at an acupuncture treatment centre in Brisbane has been ruled an accident, a Queensland Health spokeswoman said.
The woman was taken to the Acacia Clinic, located in the centre of the CBD, after complaining of a cough and a fever.
The clinic has operated since March 2015 and has treated more than 100 patients.
A spokeswoman for Queensland Health told news.com… the woman complained of “a cough and fever” and was referred to hospital for observation.
She was later diagnosed with lung disease and was discharged from the hospital on Thursday.
Police are investigating the circumstances of the death.
“We are aware of a death at the acupuncture clinic.
The Queensland Coromandel Health Board is investigating the incident,” Queensland Corombia said in its statement.
Queensland Health said in the statement it was “aware of the circumstances” of the case and would be working with the Queensland Government to “investigate this matter”.
“The Queensland Government is in contact with the health board and has requested the Queensland Police Service to assist in the investigation,” the Queensland Ministry of Health said.
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