Health chiefs deny vulnerable patients vital care which NHS should fund

The frail elderly man with terminal bone cancer, dementia and emphysema – too sick to breathe properly and in constant pain. The 97-year-old Second World War veteran, who risked his life for his country on D-Day, whose health was in rapid decline. And the bed-bound stroke victim, paralysed down one side and covered in agonising bed sores, unable to speak.

All three have one tragic thing in common. They were all denied the vital financial help they needed – and were legitimately entitled…

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