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NHS doctor found dead endured 'overwhelming' pressure from work, husband claims

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An NHS doctor has died after enduring the 'unbearable pressure of her job' which led her to take her own life, her husband has said.

Dr Gail Miligan, 47, was found in woodland in Bracknell, Berskshire 24 hours after she was reported missing. In an emotional online statement, Christopher Milligan paid tribute to his wife and described the immense pressure and workload she under in hopes of raising awareness for other doctors.

In a Facebook post, he wrote:It's such a sad waste of a wonderful, beautiful, funny and absolutely bananas wife, mother and doctor.” Read more: Woman grabbed from behind and told not to scream in chilling woods attack Dr Gilligan would leave for her job at Camberley Health Centre four days a week at 6.45am and wouldn't return home until 8pm.

After this she would continue to work until he made her go to sleep at 11pm. On Thursdays, she would work for as long as 12 hours from home.

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