Skip to comments.life extending cancer drugs ´rationed by postcode´: dozens of hospitals refuse to hand
Posted on 01/11/2013 10:17:12 AM PST by Nachum
Hospitals are denying patients the latest life-extending cancer drugs, a report reveals.
Dozens of trusts are failing to hand out treatments for bowel, ovarian, lung and brain cancer that have been approved by the NHS watchdog NICE.
Some of these drugs have been shown to boost survival rates by a quarter while others have extended the lives of terminally-ill patients by over a year.
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Single Payer Madness a la "Ebenezer Scrooge"
Bloomburg and Sebelius are taking notes..................
You can thank THIS ASSHOLE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clement_Attlee
"Don't worry, dhimmis.
WE (in Congress and our mistresses) and all of Islam
are not under ObamaCARE or death panels.
Therefore, rest assured that WE will win
even as you, your children and grandchildren will die."
Imagine having to reconcile your loved one’s passing due to having an unfortunate postal code. . .
PM Attlee was the British equivalent of Obama - Bloat the welfare and social services, nationalize everything that you can get away with. Why he is held in reverence by some in Britain is beyond me. He, single handedly, ended British dominance in ANYTHING!
I always enjoy Winston Churchill description of Attlee as “a modest man with much to be modest about.”
There was a big show made of the National Health Service at the 2012 Olympics in London.
Talk about ‘Going Postal’.
Palin said that socialized medicine would include death panels. Half of America and 98% of journalists think she is stupid for making such a silly claim. It’s already in the UK, and it’s coming here.
One of my relatives is treating for brain cancer. Sad to think that if my relative lived in Great Britain, they would let the person die.
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