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Our girl suffered and died at the age of 19 after begging to watch the GP for over a year

One family states that a 19-year-old daughter may still be alive if the doctor takes her symptoms seriously.

Amelia Elaby, 19, waited over a year to see the GP and then learned that she was suffering fromcancer

A cheerful teen was admitted to A&E and a scan revealed that she had stage 4 cancer that had spread "over the entire upper body."

Her family claims she died within just a few weeks of being diagnosed in June of this year.

Her aunt Claire Handshow (37, ), who has been caring for Amelia since the age of 15, said the doctor had "failed" her niece.

She said: "I feel like Amelia failed because the doctor didn't take it seriously.

" Learned not to let others experience the same thing I think there should be a lesson.

"She was my niece, but she was like a daughter because she lived with me, so it was devastating. We were very intimate.

"It was like losing a child. And that probably shouldn't have happened.

"I don't think they took it seriously. I think it would have been different if it had been picked up earlier."

Amelia in February last yearI found a 50p lump on her waist.

Morrisons team leader Claire from York said:

Claire claims that Teen tried to book her surgery-York's Priority Medical Center.

However, she was said to have been put on the waiting list for scans. 

Claire said: "They called her and asked her the size of the lump.

" Then they introduced her for a scan. It may take up to 6 months to wait a bit because of Covid.

"Then, about 6 weeks later, she contacts them again and they do she. I prescribed her some antibiotics without even seeing her. "

Claire also makes a painful call to Amelia every six weeks at a local clinic. Nevertheless, he claims to have been repeatedly told to wait for the scan for over a year. 

Then she called Amelia very worried and called an ambulance, but when she went to the hospital she was just told that she was "wasting time". rice field.

Claire said: "In the end, at some point she actually rang. 111, and they sent her an ambulance-an ambulance came.

"But when she went to the hospital, she wasted time and she was sent home, so they told her she wouldn't go."

Claire Said Amelia, who finally saw the GP directly in March of this year, a year after finding the lump.

Doctors found a 10 cm (4 inch) x 3 cm (1 inch) lump on the lower back of Amelia.

No one deserves to die at that age. They really don't live their lives.

ClaireAmelia's Aunt

Claire said: It got worse. So we thought it was because it was sticking out and poked.

"A few weeks later, it really grew and was the size of a hand sticking out of her back. It grew from a small chunk overnight to a huge one.

" As the pain worsened, she had to go to A&E for a CT scan. She was then referred to Leeds Hospital, where the news was confirmed. "

Doctor Amelia He said he had stage 4 end-stage cancer diagnosed with metastatic soft tissue sarcoma.

Soft tissue sarcoma can affect blood vessels, deep skin tissue, muscles, tendons and ligaments.

These can occur at any age and are diagnosed in 4,300 people each year in the UK, but are most common in the elderly. The

scan first picked up a mass in Amelia's lungs, and subsequent tests revealed that the cancer had spread to the lining of her stomach, liver, and lymph nodes.

Claire states: We were now looking at weeks instead of months as to how fast everything was going.

She added: Obviously, we started thinking that the news would be worse, but we didn't really think she would be as bad as her.

"Only when she went to Leeds, they said it wasn't just her lungs and back, but basically the entire upper half of her body.

{84. } "No one loses their lives at that age that deserves it. They didn't really live their lives."

Amelia is ruined by a doctor that her diagnosis is at the end He died on June 12, this year, just a few weeks after giving her some news.

Amelia's GP surgery and NHS Vale of York CCG, responsible for York's primary care, said they could not comment on individual cases.

However, a spokesperson for the NHS Foundation Trust at York and Scarborough Education Hospital said: Scans etc. depend on the nature of the referral you receive from the GP or the clinician in the hospital.

"If a referral is made to investigate a potential cancer, this is done quickly, usually within two weeks.

" We Continued to receive quick referrals and maintain this service throughout the pandemic.

"Early detection and diagnosis of cancer is very important and we recommend contacting the GP as soon as possible if you have any concerns.

" Also for Amelia's family We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions about the care she received. "