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    Old 01-09-2020, 04:40 PM   #1
    ddessert
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    NHS UK Pancreatic Cancer

    In the reddit forums there is a UK pancreatic cancer caregiver whose oncologist seems to be giving up. There's a chemo response shrinking liver mets but they're denying further treatments.

    What are the NHS rules on getting another opinion or transferring care to someone else?

    I know we discussed this at length on the previous forum but all that history is gone now...
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