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Hearing set to be held into baby killed by infected drip

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Hearing set to be held into baby killed by infected drip
6th June 2014

The parents of a premature baby, who died after being fed an infected drip, will learn more details about their son's death today.

Nine-day-old Yousef Al Kharboush died at St Thomas' hospital on Sunday after contracting septicaemia from an infected drip.

His parents are hoping for answers when they attend an inquest hearing at Southwark Coroners Court.

18 other babies are battling the infection after being fed the same contaminated food.

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