A Voice from the Village Community, be it Urban or Rural
My daughter with breast cancer has never smoked and I am sure a lot of other people needing medicine for long term illnesses did not become ill through choice.
Not trying to upset you or your daughter, but, why, if you live in Wales will you get free prescriptions? in England you pay , 'unless', sorry to my mind that is unfair and wrong
Good job your daughter does not live in the USA where the tax payer won't pay for health.
Nice attempt to side step your rather ill-chosen post and crassly insensitive post, Ken. I would simply delete it if I were you. Perhaps unintentionally - who knows? - you are making light of those who are suffering from cancer. Whatever the cause - and I have lost two close relatives to it - it does not deserve your cheap political point-scoring.
Prescription charges are a very debated subject.I did some rambles on them back in August as Scotlands price is different to ours!You can view my ramble about prescriptions at the following linkhttp://thegreatdaktari.blogspot.com/2008/08/to-pay-or-not-to-pay-that-is.html
23:09Get over it we have all lost people. you are the one trying to use it to score political points.
In Ireland where the anonymous (she thinks)person comes from they have no NHS. I won't buy into an emotional guilt trip, as no one has the monopoly on pain. Nobody has made you join the discussion. NO DICE!
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