Medical treatment (non-coronavirus)

This is to emphasise the need to get services back asap, and to make clear to the sick the status of these services at each stage of the lifting of restrictions (eg can I expect an appointment within x weeks?)

Why the contribution is important

Life or death situations: eg monitoring of cancers. Need to relieve uncertainty.

by cagr1 on May 11, 2020 at 02:23PM

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  • Posted by Stargazer1960 May 11, 2020 at 14:32

    Although I completely support this an interaction with the NHS is an interaction with multiple people. For example even a simple outpatient appointment can involve an x-ray, blood tests, as well as a consultation with the doctor.
    Urgent and essential NHS interactions are still continuing, but as the proposer outlines , there is a lack of confidence in the system of ensuring cross contamination does not happen.
    Information outlining how the NHS always works to prevent cross contamination, and what additional measures are being taken during the management of Covid-19 may help
  • Posted by Obiwan72 May 11, 2020 at 15:42

    Bad idea. Whats the point of starting these up again if they're all gonna end up with cv19 and end up dying long before cancer would take them? Better off just living with it and making the most of your time you have left
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