NHS nurse sacked ‘after telling cancer patient he had a better chance of survival if he prayed’

​Nurse Sarah Kuteh arrives at the Employment tribunal offices in County Square, Ashford, Kent PA.

Sarah Kuteh says she had no intention of imposing her beliefs on others.

A nurse was sacked by the National Health Service after a cancer patient claimed she told him that he would have a better chance of survival if he prayed, an employment tribunal has heard.

Sarah Kuteh, a 15 year veteran, was sacked for gross misconduct from Darent Valley Hospital in Kent in August of last year.

The mother-of-three has claimed she was unfairly dismissed and said she was just offering to pray with patients before surgery.

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