Cancer patient, 49, was forced to sleep in a CUPBOARD after a life-saving operation due to a bed shortage as the NHS continues to buckle under the pressure

A cancer patient recovering from a life-saving operation was forced to sleep in a hospital cupboard due to a bed shortage.
Shocking images show Martyn Wells, 49, from Worcester, lying in the cramped, windowless room after being wheeled into the makeshift ward just hours after having his stomach removed.
The father-of-four, who had stage four malignant melanoma, went under the knife at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital last Wednesday and claims he was wheeled into the cupboard while he slept. 
When he complained to a nurse the next morning, Mr Wells was told the room was classed as a... read more

 
6 April 2018 in Health, Views: 60
Source: Daily Mail
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