English: Six bottles of different types of cancer drugs over a graded blue to white background. Clockwise from center: Blenoxane (), Oncovin (), DTIC-Dome (), Cytoxan (), Adriamycin (), and VePesid (). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Here’s another outstanding must-read article from the Daily Mail. Check it out!
via Mary Burrows moves to England to get breast cancer drugs she denied Welsh patients | Daily Mail Online.
The article highlights how quality of care in the NHS is linked to one’s post-code.
To me, as a layman, there’s something fundamentally wrong with the way the NHS allocates its budget. Too liitle goes to top-quality cancer care and too much to paying agency workers because staff refuse proper rostering.