reply to post by Akragon
Right I don't know what country you are in but I am British and my mother is now 81 and lucky to be alive, She went for treatment at Clatterbridge for
suspected bowel cancer and was placed on the Ricky Tomlinson ward named after the actor, she was only meant to be in for 2 week's, recieve chemo and
radio therapy and then come home to continue with two further courses, she only had the first and while she was in the hospital she saw on that ward a
young woman whom was fighting to try to get out of there then she was lying there on the bed listless like they had doped her with her arm hanging
out, they left her like that for two day's, she saw dead people being wheeled off the ward and on the second week they never gave her any food, one of
the nurses asked her if she would please stay in a third week.
My mother said no, a large sallow skinned doctor with curly black hair said to her in an intimidating manner "We can keep you in if we want",.
My mother was a nurse herself when she was very young but had already known that from the 1970's if you were over a certain age you took your own
life in your hand's if you went into hospital.
She had two packet's of gingernut biscuits in her bag and lived on them for the second week, she does not eat much anyway but when it came time to go
a good nurse and a good man helped her to get home, my mother felt a very strong presentment that she was in danger and Where my mother is concerned I
would trust her on that.
At this time a medican regimen called the liverpool care pathway was in full swing, now to explain it the government would pay the hospital £4000
for every one that they successfully placed on the liverpool care pathway, what exactly is the liverpool care pathway in practice.
No food or water until the patient dies, so it is starvation but they call it end of life care,.
So it is essentially an act of murder through denial of care.
There has to this day been no police investigation or prosecution for these acts of state sanctioned Euthenasia against unwilling victim's.
It saves on pension costs and long term care cost's for the government so they can cut the tax and give the wealthy tax break's.
What did all these people whom lived through the war or even fought for this country fight for when this is how they are treated.
The doctor was a good man as he told you the truth and he stuck his neck on the line to do so, If you are wealthy though no problem as you will
recieve all the care you need while if you are an organ donor for the NHS the odd's are your organs will be put onto an international database and
sold abroad by the hospital administrator's.
In Britain the brave new world of the twenty first century anyway.
I still have my mom and hope your nan pull's through and get's well, Peace and god be with you.
Ps sorry if my reply seem's cynical but is truth.
edit on 24-3-2014 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)