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Woman given unnecessary chemo treatment bad cancer diagnosis nsw

Woman given unnecessary chemo treatment bad cancer diagnosis nsw

Sydney woman given unnecessary chemo treatment bad cancer diagnosis, says MP, says health minister, says “she is going to lose her eyesight” – by joey kimmler

“I didn’t know that the cancer was inside her,” said t카지노커뮤니티he woman, who asked to be identified only by her first name, Rose. “There is so much going on.”

Her husband, Mark, a retired accountant with a master’s degree, was just 24 when he took on the job as a hospital receptionist a year ago and was immediately alarmed when he saw a woman in the operating theatre suffering from cancerous changes in her bones.

The woman was on a waiting list at the Hospital of the Paraprogrammers and h샌즈 카지노ad been waiting for treatment for more than three months. When she was transferred to a new ward at Sydney General this week, Mr Rose said that she had been sent home to recover because she had never undergone any chemo.

“You are being treated in a sterile environment where your bones are fragile and your tumours are so small it’s an absolute tragedy,” he said.

Rose’s husband was moved into an alternative waiting area at the hospital because he believes the hospital would only have given her a treatment plan if he was prepared to suffer unnecessary sur포커 족보gery when she still could not walk and talk.

“Mark was devastated about the way he looked and how he spoke to people, especially nurses,” he said. “All they had done was take one step to get me home from the operating theatre.”

Health Minister Jillian Skinner said: “The woman in this case had been in great need of vital attention, and she had suffered what is known as a chemo-induced lupus.

“In my experience with the treatment of lupus, it’s very rare for anyone to suffer such a catastrophic outcome and this should be a lesson for anyone who may be interested in trying the treatment. There is no need to put someone at risk unnecessarily.”

Health ministry spokesperson Sarah Harrison said that “even though they weren’t receiving chemotherapy at the time of diagnosis, these patients were seen under the same anaesthetic conditions as other patients who have received chemo.

“As a precaution, these hospital patients have been provided with an appropriate anaesthetic regimen and received additional support at the time of their operations.”

She would not respond to another question about the possibility that Rose had been sent home on medical advice, only to say that “ther