A YEAR ago, I was diagnosed with mesothelioma, an asbestos-related disease for which currently there is no cure. Someone I know who also suffers with the same disease has been partaking in an alternative form of treatment using mistletoe and, over a perio
A YEAR ago, I was diagnosed with mesothelioma, an asbestos-related disease for which currently there is no cure.
Someone I know who also suffers with the same disease has been partaking in an alternative form of treatment using mistletoe and, over a period of time, her tumour has reduced by over 50 per cent.
This treatment is not available on the NHS, and a petition has been started for this treatment to be made available to other cancer sufferers in the UK.
Could I please appeal to all readers of The Hunts Post to sign this petition, in the hope that it may be received favourably by those in power at Westminster.
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The website is www.petitions.number10.gov.uk/Mesothelioma-/
Once your e-mail has been received, you will get a reply and they should click on the link for your signature to go on the list, which currently is over 600, which have been raised over the past three weeks.
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Our local MP was contacted a week ago and, although no reply has been received, I am sure that we can count on his support.
Belle Isle Crescent