Miliband: Cancer patients to be seen in 7 days under Labour 2015 election rules

Caring health hero Miliband to raise importance of saving potential Cancer sufferers

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Labour leader Ed Miliband has pledged to save the National Health Service (NHS) from Conservative plans to privatise the service past 2015. Privatisation in Tory minds is to sell portions of the service off to the highest bidder, akin to three Royal Mail blunder which saw the Tories sell the service. Shareholders of the public taxpayer received a measly amount multiple times less than originally forecast as part of the Tories ‘great economic plan’ which they claim is ‘working’ every time.

Services have suffered with numerous scandals involving dying children, mistreating of patients, hospital care occurring in corridors and left to die and social care failures under Tory rule. Multiple scandals occurred and were hushed up though some have been exposed under the Tory failures.

Now, in plans to save the NHS for the better, Labour plan to have cancer patients seen within seven days, instead of two week referrals. The two week referrals, which are to usher in cancer patients or suspected cases within two weeks, were quietly put back to four weeks, increasing the chance of contracting cancer. The sickening disease has soared since 2010’s Conservative government, alongside bureaucratic paperwork conflicting the workload of GP’s, doctors and hospital administrators dealing with cases.

Labour and its leader, Ed Miliband will change that for the better to one week instead.

Immigrants, welfare claimants and the elderly are at the most vulnerable to the Tory plans to introduce health insurance plans in accordance with privatisation. If you do not have health service, you will die. Upon entering A and E (Accident and Emergency) two years ago, migrants were asked for their credit details whilst on a trolley, foretold by a UK newspaper. The government have influenced journalists to ‘hush up’ and keep quiet not to look bad.

The government previously launched a disastrous racist campaign with billboard vans driving around London telling non-UK nationals to “go home” which is a racist term if mentioned to a minority in the street of race, gender, overseas nationality or sexuality. The planned to roll it out in the country until noble citizens of the UK opposed the racist motion.

If elected at May 2015, Labour will make this one of their key imperatives in their election manifesto.

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NHS Patient records to be viewed by anyone. Must opt-out TODAY only!

In exclusive details passed to us by an anonymous source, the NHS are set to launch a electronic shift of all patient information to a database called SPINE, without informing the public.

Under the Health and Social Care act, your patient records will be available to ANYONE to read including pharmacists and receptionists not medically trained.

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In a spineless move by the UK government, all patient details will be uploaded to the secret database WITHOUT consent from patients in order to keep tabs on their medical histories.

Patients are able to “opt out” of the initiative by the end of OCTOBER 2013. (That’s by today.)

The government have kept these initiatives to peruse private information of medical records as a secret from all national press and have not informed the public, either.

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Spineless. Conservative Health Secretary Norman Lamb.

How to opt out

Head to your GP (General Practitioner/Doctor) and hand in a letter detailing you wish to opt out. Many templates can be found at this website with numerous formats available.

http://www.thebigoptout.com/opt-out-letter/

A template of the text, added here, can be used below. (Add the address and date at the top right of corner)

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Exercising right to opt out

Dear Doctor,

As you are probably aware, the Government is intending to ask you to transfer the electronic medical records of your patients onto a national database called the “spine”. They intend you to do this without first seeking the consent of your patients. It is BMA policy that patients should give their individual consent prior to their information being transferred on to the national database.

There are substantial concerns about the privacy and confidentiality of information transferred onto the national database, not least because promised software security safeguards called “sealed envelopes” will not be in place and because the patient’s instructions with regard to who may access the records can be overridden. I do not believe that such a large database, with so many staff users, can be regarded as secure.

I would be grateful if you would ensure that none of my records held by you are entered onto the national system.  Would you please also file or scan a copy of this letter in my records and also record my dissent by entering the “Read code” – ‘93C3. – Refused consent for upload to national shared electronic record.’ into my computer record. I am aware of the implications of this request and will notify you should I change my mind.

This request is itself confidential. Please do not divulge my decision, in an identifiable manner, to anyone other than to clinicians who are providing care to me and who might otherwise place information about me on the national care records service.

To confirm, I do not wish for my details to be shared onto the system, by my GP’s under any circumstances and my confirmation should also be sought beforehand.

Further information for GPs is available online at http://www.TheBigOptOut.org/for_GPs

Yours sincerely,

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More information is available at the website for Health and Social Care Act. (Below)

http://www.firstpracticemanagement.co.uk/index.php/knowledge_base/general_information/health-and-social-care-information-centre-hscic/

More opt out details and ‘consequences of opting out’ are here –

http://www.thebigoptout.com/how-to-opt-out/

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