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NHS Policy v Research ?

skybluepink
skybluepink

If you have incurable conditions left to fester as no-one's department because of the NHS' unreasonable structure ,has policy & procedures taken over from research in who gets assistance or investigation to relieve.Or has it to be a quick fix if you are lucky. Even though this has probably caused cardiac arrest in my case does the system with its constitution want to know ?

This has come about again today investigating the link between b -strep & sepsis when not pregnant.Reason tells me it should be applying to all when there are underlying chronic conditions ignored even when acute.This seems to relate to antibiotic policy and MID [ alzheimers ]

Does anyone think out of the box . Strict criteria administered by the unqualified academically to ignore when should be considered is very worrying when could be preventative saving the funds & life itself.As in the case of stem cells? Who knows?

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