NHS Death Row versus The Priory Hospital: Professor 'God' Bonser :)
This blog is a HUGE "Thank You" to Professor Robert Stuart Bonser - of the Priory Hospital in Birmingham - for saving my husbands' life, after he had been deliberately misdiagnosed as inoperable and terminally ill by a Professor with a Knighthood who was working for the NHS.
How many women need to stand up to Britain’s cash-strapped National Health Service and strip its policies bare to reveal a strange, ingrown corruption that declares some patients inoperable, and sends them home to die, in order to balance their books and reduce waiting lists?The dual culprits in my husbands' potential demise were a nastily burgeoning aneurysm on his aorta, and a National Health Service so good at hiding life-saving information, even from itself, that it could spend as much to kill him as to save him.
When a doctor can save a life, he is supposed to do it, but some keep silent about expensive treatment. Dead patients don't cost the NHS a thing.This could happen to any one of us.
When you are given a prognosis with no hope, please don’t stop there. The worldwide web is very useful to help research anything and everything that might apply to your illness. My own research found life-saving information in the USA, The Netherlands, Germany and Norway. But what I really needed was right here in the UK - the NHS just didn't want me to know about it. This story has been featured in Take a Break magazine in the UK.
Sir Professor Peter Bell
The knighted professor at Leicester Royal Infirmary who diagnosed my husband inoperable to save money for the NHS and to meet Government targets. He didn't have the relevant expertise himself but failed to use NHS guidelines to refer my husband to Professor Bonser, until 14 months later, despite knowing of his expertise. click on picture to view email.
University Hospitals Leicester
Cardiologists lead the way in the task of deciding which patients should receive certain expensive diagnostic tests and which should not