Monthly Archives: October 2012

A third of patients say their GPs are so rushed they are worried they will be misdiagnosed For most patients the GP is their first port of call when they fall ill. But a survey has revealed one in three … Continue reading

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Seventy patients have surgery on wrong body part, data on NHS blunders reveal Seventy people had surgery on the wrong part of their body while 161 foreign objects were left inside patients after an operation, government data shows. The Government … Continue reading

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Attempted murder by NHS She has enjoyed two years of quality time with her loving family and has just seen the birth of her fifth great-grandchild. But if hospital doctors had had their way, none of this would have been … Continue reading

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I survived the death pathway: Patricia, 82, was given two days to live, but her family defied doctors and gave her water through a straw – now she’s planning a world cruise Her devastated family had been told Patricia Greenwood … Continue reading

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Hospitals bribed to put patients on pathway to death: Cash incentive for NHS trusts that meet targets on Liverpool Care Pathway Hospitals are paid millions to hit targets for the number of patients who die on the Liverpool Care Pathway, … Continue reading

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Doctors in charge of the “Care Pathway” to “investigate” it This is a bit like asking the fox to guard the henhouse. I predict only the usual mealy-mouthed conclusions that speak of an unreal ideal A major review was announced … Continue reading

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Faulty medical implants investigation: Regulators’ trail of deception has been exposed, says chairman Andrew Miller, the chairman of a parliamentary select committee investigating the sub-standard regulation of medical devices in Britain, has said that a “trail of deception” has been … Continue reading

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