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Alison Dugmore v Swansea NHS Trust and Morriston NHS Trust [2002] EWCA Civ 1689 CA

Alison Dugmore of Port Talbot developed a life-threatening reaction to latex powdered gloves during her employment as a nurse at two hospitals in Swansea. As a result of the exposure, Ms Dugmore developed skin irritation and respiratory problems.

Ms Dugmore, who had suffered from asthma and eczema since childhood, had been working at Singleton Hospital since 1990. She developed type-I allergy to latex protein around 1994. She suffered an anaphylactic shock in 1996 and was admitted to ...

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