UK blocked 300,000 cancer screenings over Covid leading to thousands dying

  • UK blocked 300,000 cancer screenings over Covid leading to thousands dying

    Posted by Unknown Member on 30 May 2021 at 7:57 am

    Over 300,000 fewer patients across the UK were referred to urgent cancer screening checks in the past year, compared to the year before.

    38,000 fewer patients started life saving cancer treatment, <b style=”font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit;”>Do the Covid vaccines cure cancer? No.

    Doctors in the UK’s socialized healthcare system were told during the pandemic to discourage patients from seeking in-person appointments, and implement a “total triage” to force patients to first seek a telemedicine appointment.

    In addition, some already diagnosed cancer patients were rationed appointments, and suffered delayed surgery, as hospitals tried to control the number of patients in the buildings.

    Unfortunately for a women named Joy Stokes, she was prevented for months from seeing her doctor. She was told over the phone that her severe leg pain was probably arthritis.

    She died from cancer last month, which likely would have been treatable if she hadn’t been ignored.

    It was a similar story for 27 year old Jess Brady, who was repeatedly denied appointments last last August, and told her rapidly deteriorating condition must be “long Covid.”

    She died in December from a type of cancer called adenocarcinoma, about a month after finally being diagnosed at a private hospital. By then it was too late, and the cancer had spread.

    These are not isolated incidents.

    The Institute for Public Policy Research has said there could be an extra 4,500 avoidable cancer deaths just this year because of late diagnosis.

    Once again, Covid hysteria has led people to grossly miscalculate where the real health risks lie.

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