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A teenage girl was left seconds away from death after her GP dismissed symptoms of a brain abscess and prescribed her with sickness tablets.
Thalia Elliott began feeling unwell and visited her GP in Wales complaining of unbearable sickness.
Her family initially thought she had food poisoning and took the youngster to her local GP who prescribed her sickness tablets and Dioralyte to help with hydration.
However, two days later surgeons told her worried parents that they had no idea how she was still alive after they had found an abscess in her brain which had been inches away from killing her.
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