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A fundraising campaign has been launched in support of disgraced liver surgeon Simon Bramhall.
One of Bramhall's patients set up the page, claiming he and his work were 'highly valued'.
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The fundraising target is £10,000 - the same amount Bramhall was fined last week — after branding his initials on to the livers of two of his patients.
The fund money will go to the British Liver Trust which said his actions were 'inexcusable'.
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Former patient Barbara Moss said she set up the donation page because the surgeon was a 'man of excellence'.
The page states: 'We are aiming to match Simon's fine of £10,000 and donate this to his chosen charity: The British Liver Trust.
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'This in no way conflicts with the fine that Simon pays himself.'
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