Our expert says:
Yes, indeed it is sad. Chemotherapy for cancer often does cause nasty side-effects, and maybe necessarily so, as it has to be something powerful and poisonous to the cancer, and usually can't do this without being unpleasant to the rest of the body. But it usually doesn't kill us. And I doubt that a doctor would give anyone more than the usual doses, or more often than usual, because that would be of no benefit at all.
Now, ambulance failure and similar failings at some of the incedibly badly run and managed state hospitals is indeed deplorable and dangerous.
I have long proposed a specific legal amendment to the consitution that requires that NO member of government or their family, from president down to city counsellor, can receive ANY private medical care ( if its not good enough for them, then its not good enough for us ), and similarly no private security services ( if the police can't keep them safe, then they're not keeping us safe ) ; no private education for their children, and so on.
Grief is hard work and takes time to work through. Our thoughts are with you
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