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Hong Kong doctor loses bid to overturn six-month ban over medical blunder that led to elderly cancer patients death

A Hong Kong doctor who was banned from practising for six months over a blunder that killed a 73-year-old patient eight years ago has lost his appeal after three judges observed that he has yet to appreciate the gravity of his failure.Dr Wong Cheuk-yi was found guilty of two disciplinary charges in May last year after he admitted that he had failed to notice the nurses wrongful management of Wang Keng-kao, who died on November 14, 2011, after his only breathing hole was blocked by gauze.The