A doctor that diagnosed a patient with the wrong form of diabetes could be struck off, following the death of the patient . The fate of the consultant physician, Ali Khaleeli, is now in the hands of the General Medical Council .
A committee from the GMC is investigating the extent to which the physician was responsible for the death due to his incorrect diagnosis of diabetes type 2 . Sarah McNicholas of Widnes dies aged just 20 following a diabetic coma .
Dr. Khaleeli is facing twelve charges, including serious professional misconduct. The case is due to be decided in the next month, and Khalelli will be struck off if found guilty. The case highlights the dangers of diabetes mis-diagnosis, and the importance of getting the right diagnosis as early as possible .

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