Asylum seeker denied cancer treatment by Home Office dies

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Kelemua Mulat had advanced breast cancer but was refused NHS care for six weeks

An Ethiopian woman who was denied potentially life-saving cancer treatment for six weeks amid confusion about whether she should be charged by the NHS has died aged 39.

 

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'her mother and daughter in Ethiopia' So why was she in the UK and not with her family in Ethiopia?

We’ve turned into America. Poor, poor woman

she may have died with or without the six weeks.. we cannot determine cause and effect here.

That is disgusting what is this country turning into

Which fascist is responsible for this heinous crime

Disgusting!!!!!

Yesss

😢😢

RobertHutto24 😭

It's very sad but the law takes time to come to decisions

RobertHutto24 ነብስ ይማር

Did she pay for NHS?

No one should be denied Health Care! We need to be better people to love, share and end the hate!

That is cruel, sadistic and inhuman. It also makes me ashamed of my country 😕

This makes me so angry

Absolute disgrace, we should be doing more to help not less: If you are more fortunate than others, it is better to build a longer table than a taller fence.

Before reading the article, I was sceptical. But there is no doubt that the current government are to blame for this. Poor woman was entitled to treatment. What has this achieved? the NHS will still be out of pocket, and a woman has died unnecessarily.

That’s a disgrace

More blood on their hands!!!

They deny citizens too! Y’all KNOW healthcare is NOT free

I’m sorry, but with limited resources why should the British tax payer fund the treatment of people from other countries.

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