Only 56% of the government’s £50 million interim Cancer Drugs Fund – or just under £27.5 million – was spent by Strategic Health Authorities (SHAs) in England during the time the Fund was available from October 2010 to March 31, 2011, new figures show. This spending rises to just over £32.5 million (65%) if anticipated […]
Posted: June 23rd, 2011 under Cancer, Doctors, Drugs, GPs, Health Professionals, NHS Cash Shortages, NHS Deaths, postcode lottery, Quangoes, red tape, Uncategorized.
Tags: Avastin, Cancer, cancer drugs, cancer survival, nhs cash shortages, NHS Deaths, postcode lottery, preventable crisis, Quangos, red tape
NICE the killer quango wants to waste taxpayers money by suggesting that the NHS should bribe fat people to lose weight and smokers to quit, and give children toys for eating their fruit and vegetables.The Killer Quango- the National Institute for Curbing Expenditure (NICE) was set up in early 1999 by the labour Secretary of […]
Posted: September 28th, 2010 under Uncategorized.
Tags: Avastin, Cancer, cancer drugs, cancer survival, Health Direct, labour cutbacks, Labour shambles, nanny state, Nexavar, NHS Deaths, NICE, NICE blight, obese, postcode lottery, preventable crisis, red tape, smokers, TaxPayers Alliance