Government U-turn on NHS access for expats – Telegraph

This article from the Telegraph is worth a read. Check it out!

via Government U-turn on NHS access for expats – Telegraph.

UK nationals who retire overseas are barred from access to the NHS, despite paying UK taxes all their lives. This is particularly hard on people who live in the US and Canada.

Meanwhile, immigrants and their families have unrestricted access to the NHS, irrespective of their tax contributions.

On the other hand, many UK citizens live overseas but don’t declare their non-residence to the UK authorities to continue to receive access to the NHS – they know that the UK’s Home Office does not track their time out of the UK.

Surely, this is plain unfair?

Opinion – WALNUTS can slow bowel cancer growth by ‘reducing blood supply to tumours’ | Daily Mail Online – John Gelmini

The Mail on Sunday article brought to us by Dr Alf  illustrates a problem I have been living with for the past 14 years. My younger brother, who died four weeks ago, was told by the NHS that his bone marrow cancer would see the end of him within two.

Millions of other people throughout the world, and especially in the UK, are told similar things, even though the NHS produces the worst cancer treatment and overall mortality outcomes of any country in Western Europe bar Greece.

I conducted my own research and discovered more than 42 different cancer treatments, none of which are available on the NHS and two which are not permitted by the NHS or the American medical establishment. One of these was developed in America by a doctor who worked with Zeiss Optical in Germany to perfect a cure in 1934, some 81 years ago. The drug companies at the time sent agents to burn down his laboratory, steal his notes and they put him out of business three times. He was put back in business by Henry H Timken, the American ball bearing tycoon, who had a favorite aunt who had been diagnosed with cancer. The doctor saved Timken’s aunt and Timken gave the doctor $1000 usd a month as a lifetime stipend to further more cancer research. The doctor concerned experienced further attempts to put him out of business by the drug companies and their agents but his business was saved ,this time by a Canadian multimillionaire who established manufacturing facilities in Canada. The drug companies and their agents eventually poisoned the doctor and ensured that his methods of treatments could not be allowed in America and in the UK.

In Germany the devices the doctor made are in every cancer ward and with typical efficiency they have re-engineered the original device, made it smaller and increased the number of afflictions it can cure to 2,500 on top of a wide range of cancers.

Late President Ronald Reagan had three forms of cancer and refused to be treated in America. He was treated in Germany instead and lived 19 more years.

My younger brother, with me to help him find these alternatives which are commonplace in many other countries, lasted 14 years, a full 12 years longer than he would have done had he just listened to the UK NHS.

John Gelmini