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Irish Patient Referred To Southampton ?

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Anyone been referred from Ireland to Southampton or other UK or European Centre?

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Perhaps Brendan Lynch will see this. Bren's wife Bel was treated at Southampton.


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Hi Folks

 

Im still lurking ;-) What info do you need.

 

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Hi Bren,

Thanks this is Joanne.

Cheers

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Folks,

 

Update - Looks like our man is ready for take off in the next two weeks. Fingers crossed all goes well.

 

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Update

 

He has had his first Delcath on Tuesday. Be all accounts he is doing very well.

 

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Excellent ... please keep us posted on his progress Brendan.

 

You may be interested in the short notice public consultation under way from NHS England (closes for submissions 31st March) 

 

https://www.engage.e...e6/consult_view

 

regarding the routine commissioning of chemosaturation (Delcath) although the policy arguments they have put forward are that it should *not* be routinely commissioned, with all their supposed supporting points being based on old data. 'Old' is a relative term of course as we know. 


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Folks,

 

Its NOVEMBER and our man is lined up for Delcath no 4. Quality of life has been good. Im booked for a visit in my home town over the next weeks to catch up and chew the fat. Very nice bloke he is too. If he did not have Delcath I don't think he would see 2017 but at this rate he is full steam ahead ;-)

 

Bren






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