I can’t thank or praise the Q.E hospital in Gateshead and Freeman hospital in Newcastle enough. I work in health care in BC and I’m not wrong based on many cases including family members. They had to go private or fly to another country to get Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Prince Shirt prompt care for their cancer diagnosis. My Dad had melanoma and the NHS could not have been faster, more helpful, or kinder.
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They couldn’t stop cancer as it was found too late, but my Dad went to his grave praising the NHS for a very long lifetime of great care. The money the Government has to give away is ours. It’s our taxes. There is no other country in the Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Prince Shirt world trying to give free care to nearly 70 million people. It’s an impossible task unless we are all prepared to pay a lot more I’m afraid. My grandson has lymphoma, can’t fault N.H.S.
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They have been brilliant and reacted really fast, he’s had his first lot of chemo a week after being diagnosed, he’s poorly but every day is another step to recovery. The vast majority of people get a fast diagnosis and excellent treatment. Stop scaremongering, or is this designed to undermine faith in the system to pave the way for the Tories selling it off? The Luton and Dunstable Hospital was amazing from diagnosis to finishing treatment. It was all done so quickly. Sorry that other patients aren’t getting treatment fast enough.
It shouldn’t be a postcode lottery. Might this because we see a year on year increase in demand and a year on year decrease in funding? And thank you government for scrapping the bursaries for radiographer training meaning even less are training and we’re reliant on expensive outsourcing companies to bridge the Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Prince Shirt gap. I wonder whether those of us with cancer or going through it with someone close to you and the care we’ve received can paint a slightly better picture than those that haven’t or are reading this article.