'Our wonderful and precious NHS saved my life after sudden health scare'

5/26/2022 6:19:00 PM

'Our wonderful and precious NHS saved my life after sudden health scare'

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'Our wonderful and precious NHS saved my life after sudden health scare'

Paul Routledge suffered a health scare two weeks ago and was rushed to hospital, where he underwent an immediate 10-hour overnight heart operation. He is now on the mend

Isn't our National Health Service just wonderful? I owe my life to the fantastic Dr Papaspyros and his brilliant surgical team at Leeds General Infirmary.Media caption, Richard Bacon said Prime Minister Boris Johnson should not be "condemned" A Conservative MP has defended Boris Johnson and suggested it was likely NHS staff had also been "letting their hair down" during the Covid pandemic.Parkingeye has failed to resolve the problem for several months.A breast cancer drug, which could extend the lives of women by seven months, will be available on the NHS after the watchdog reversed its decision to reject the treatment.

Medical emergencies can grab you without warning and your fate is in the good hands of others. It happened to me a fortnight ago today while I was on the allotment. Mr Bacon, who represents South Norfolk, said the prime minister should not be "condemned". I suffered the most devastating chest pains so called Lynne to come to my rescue.00 BST Last modified on Wed 25 May 2022 07. She drove me straight to the GP surgery where they called an ambulance. In her 37-page report, senior civil servant Ms Gray said many events "should not have been allowed" and the PM and his officials "must bear responsibility for this culture". I went to Bradford Royal Infirmary for a scan then, after they had looked at what was wrong, on to Leeds with blue lights flashing. Baroness Delyth Morgan, chief executive of Breast Cancer Now, said the move was "absolutely fantastic news for around 100 patients" every year with the disease.

I will spare you the details now but without an immediate 10-hour overnight heart operation by Dr Papaspyros and his team you probably wouldn’t be reading this now. "And I don't think it's something he should be condemned for and I certainly don't think it's something he should resign for. The automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera at the entrance to Aldi has been set up with an unnecessarily wide range so that it photographs vehicles turning into the adjacent NHS site. Discharged and back at home after spells in intensive care and a high dependency unit, hopefully I am now on the mend. It’s a very slow process of healing and the trauma impacts on every part of your body including vision, taste and smell." 'Huge pressure' BBC Look East on Wednesday, he was asked if he was "comfortable" with the revelations around the drinking and partying at Downing Street during lockdown. Nothing is the same. KH Chertsey, Surrey The Aldi opened in December, so Parkingeye has had five months to sort its cameras out. Lynne’s fantastic and I am so grateful for my wife’s care and love. "You haven't gone and investigated it but there are one and a half million people who work in the NHS.” Pembrolizumab is used with chemotherapy in women with triple negative breast cancer whose tumours express PD-L1 with a combined positive score (CPS – the number of PD-L1 positive cells in relation to tumour cells) greater than or equal to 10.

I hope to recuperate and at the moment I’m reasonably optimistic that I’ll be able to restart writing for you regularly some time this year. After all, I’m only 78. "We were under extraordinary pressure in a global pandemic where we didn't really know what we were dealing with. Parkingeye was contacted for a comment. Look after yourselves and I’ll speak to you again soon. Oh, and keep fighting for the NHS. Analysis: Nikki Fox, BBC Look East health correspondent The comments made by Mr Bacon have angered many NHS staff who worked through the pandemic, some of whom transferred to areas like intensive care units that they were completely unfamiliar with. There are many of us, including me, who owe our lives to the most precious of our public services. "People who were not able to access atezolizumab, another Nice-recommended immunotherapy, now have an important new option that can help them live longer and spend more precious time with their loved ones.

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Isn't our National Health Service just wonderful? I owe my life to the fantastic Dr Papaspyros and his brilliant surgical team at Leeds General Infirmary.Media caption, Richard Bacon said Prime Minister Boris Johnson should not be "condemned" A Conservative MP has defended Boris Johnson and suggested it was likely NHS staff had also been "letting their hair down" during the Covid pandemic.Parkingeye has failed to resolve the problem for several months.A breast cancer drug, which could extend the lives of women by seven months, will be available on the NHS after the watchdog reversed its decision to reject the treatment.

Medical emergencies can grab you without warning and your fate is in the good hands of others. It happened to me a fortnight ago today while I was on the allotment. Mr Bacon, who represents South Norfolk, said the prime minister should not be "condemned". I suffered the most devastating chest pains so called Lynne to come to my rescue.00 BST Last modified on Wed 25 May 2022 07. She drove me straight to the GP surgery where they called an ambulance. In her 37-page report, senior civil servant Ms Gray said many events "should not have been allowed" and the PM and his officials "must bear responsibility for this culture". I went to Bradford Royal Infirmary for a scan then, after they had looked at what was wrong, on to Leeds with blue lights flashing. Baroness Delyth Morgan, chief executive of Breast Cancer Now, said the move was "absolutely fantastic news for around 100 patients" every year with the disease.

I will spare you the details now but without an immediate 10-hour overnight heart operation by Dr Papaspyros and his team you probably wouldn’t be reading this now. "And I don't think it's something he should be condemned for and I certainly don't think it's something he should resign for. The automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera at the entrance to Aldi has been set up with an unnecessarily wide range so that it photographs vehicles turning into the adjacent NHS site. Discharged and back at home after spells in intensive care and a high dependency unit, hopefully I am now on the mend. It’s a very slow process of healing and the trauma impacts on every part of your body including vision, taste and smell." 'Huge pressure' BBC Look East on Wednesday, he was asked if he was "comfortable" with the revelations around the drinking and partying at Downing Street during lockdown. Nothing is the same. KH Chertsey, Surrey The Aldi opened in December, so Parkingeye has had five months to sort its cameras out. Lynne’s fantastic and I am so grateful for my wife’s care and love. "You haven't gone and investigated it but there are one and a half million people who work in the NHS.” Pembrolizumab is used with chemotherapy in women with triple negative breast cancer whose tumours express PD-L1 with a combined positive score (CPS – the number of PD-L1 positive cells in relation to tumour cells) greater than or equal to 10.

I hope to recuperate and at the moment I’m reasonably optimistic that I’ll be able to restart writing for you regularly some time this year. After all, I’m only 78. "We were under extraordinary pressure in a global pandemic where we didn't really know what we were dealing with. Parkingeye was contacted for a comment. Look after yourselves and I’ll speak to you again soon. Oh, and keep fighting for the NHS. Analysis: Nikki Fox, BBC Look East health correspondent The comments made by Mr Bacon have angered many NHS staff who worked through the pandemic, some of whom transferred to areas like intensive care units that they were completely unfamiliar with. There are many of us, including me, who owe our lives to the most precious of our public services. "People who were not able to access atezolizumab, another Nice-recommended immunotherapy, now have an important new option that can help them live longer and spend more precious time with their loved ones.

Read More Read More . Some even slept in caravans to protect relatives.