'If my mother lived 60 miles up the road she would receive this vital drug'

'If my mother lived 60 miles up the road she would receive this vital drug'
 

A grandma with terminal lung cancer has delivered a 172,000-signature petition to the Prime Minister’s doorstep calling for a “wonder drug” to be made available on the NHS.
Fiona Fail, of Blyth, says that nivolumab as exhausted all other treatments for her stage-four lung cancer and says that nivolumab is her “last chance”.
Last month the 59-year-old’s daughter Terri Robson started a petition calling for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) to “make the right decision” on whether lung cancer sufferers should receive the drug.
Today Fiona and Terri, along with other... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 42
Source: Sunday Sun
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