Mother claims doctors branded her 'inhumane' for not aborting twins - but are now healthy toddlers

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Hannah Morris, 27, of Tyne and Wear, feels the NHS used 'get out clause' to avoid treating potentially disabled babies after experiencing PPROM. George and Alfie King are now two years old. …

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