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Prosecutor issues charges against mother of dead infant

A prosecutor on Wednesday issued charges of exposing a child to danger against a mother whose baby died after just 34 days, as the childs family said it would take legal action against maternity staff for giving the babys mother incorrect instructions.

The child was transferred from the island of Leros to Crete on Saturday, where it died on Tuesday.

A coroner said on Wednesday that the baby died from multiple organ failure brought on by malnutrition.

Relatives of the 24-year-old mother claimed that she had been instructed to feed the baby every three hours with formula and chamomile tea alternately. This led to the baby not receiving the nutrients it needed, the family said. They insisted that there was no evidence that the child had been mistreated.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday Jan 23, 2013 (19:28)  
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