Life of mothers who have lost their disabled children due to hospital neglect is tormented as they all the time think that they could have changed the fate of their children by taking them to different hospitals.
Donna Rasmussen is one such mother. She lost her disabled son in 2009. But still she believes that she could have saved her son by taking him to some other hospital. Her son, Perth teen Vaughn Rasmussen succumbed to death in the intensive care unit of Princess Margaret Hospital because of swelling in the brain.
Since the death of the boy, investigation over the case is being carried on. Donna Rasmussen has informed that doctors of the Hospital didn't take her advice of scanning his brain for any disorder. Besides, the investigators have also found that the negligence of the hospital staff has led to his death.
Donna Rasmussen blames herself for the death of her son. He was reported saying, "I think I'll have that guilt for the rest of my life. But I can't bring my baby back so now it's my mission to fight for others without a voice". Yesterday, the investigation over the case has ended and has found the hospital staff guilty for neglect.
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