Now i want to know how you guys feel over trusting people who are meant to be trained in the medical profession. Do you trust what they tell you? And what do you think of all the mistakes they make? Surgeon removed toddler's bladder after mistaking it for hernia... but denies misconduct | Mail Online This next story is my mums good friend's son who died. Legal action as misdiagnosed dad died alone in agony on Christmas Day - Crewe Chronicle My mum was a midwife before she got M.E. Alot of her friends still work in the hospitals and are constantly shocked at the lack of staff knowledge. Over the past few years with members of out family being ill ect, it is seriously worrying to witness it first hand. There are some great doctors and nurses, there is no doubt about that! But is it acceptable to make such huge mistakes when it's peoples lives at stake? I don't want to start huge rows, and im not just having a go here, i just generally am really shocked. An i pray to god i never end up in some of these doctors hands.