Vitality pays out to mother for baby's rare skin cancer

Metro reports

Adam Saville
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Vitality pays out to mother for baby's rare skin cancer

Baby rash initially diagnosed as eczema turns out to be rare form of skin cancer

A new mother has received a £20,000 pay-out on her Vitality serious illness cover policy after her baby's rash was revealed to be Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH), The Metro has reported. Initially diagnosed as eczema - a common skin condition for babies - the rash spread over a number of weeks until baby Casper, less than six months old at the time, was rushed to hospital with vomiting. His mum and dad, Emma and Nick Southall, saw a paediatric oncologist who spotted the signs of LCH, a...

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