A case had happened in Scotland when a person gets ignored by the local doctors who didn’t testify to her illness, which affects her very badly. Jackie Johnson was trying to meet the professional doctors to testify her problem but during the lockdown, she couldn’t reach out to the doctors. The incident occurred in March. A nurse told her three times that she had acid reflux and plies with antacids. But the actual reason is verified after 3-4 months that she has terminal cancer.
She had taken her nurse’s reading notes that were left discarded on her bed to the hospital. the medics told her that she was in the last stage of cancer and there is no hope for her life. If she came early then the possibility of saving her would be there. Her partner Colin Stewart said about her health issue “Jackie asked the GP if she could have cancer but he said no and told her she had a classic case of acid reflux. but no one had ever examined her. Jackie called over a doctor and he was embarrassed she had found out like that. He confirmed what she had read and then Jackie said, ran away.” Her condition was totally destroyed by the GP nurse who didn’t tell her about her actual condition. The patient narrated her ordeal about her eating problems to the nurse but she was trying to see a doctor but she failed. She is 56 years old and she has two sons named lewis and Neil, age is 26 and 13. Her partner said that she didn’t even sit with me and the sons, to eat properly. Her diet was also spoiled because she didn’t even have water.
Health Spokesperson Monica Lenon said about this ” cancer doesn’t wait and that’s why GP consultations and early diagnosis are so vital. We face a tsunami of cancer deaths unless the Scottish government gets our NHS working again.” Her partner coin said ” Jackie picked them up and read them. The notes said T4N1MO and underneath was written patient unaware. Jackie googled it to see what it meant and was shocked to learn the tumor was at stage four and had metastasized into the lymph node. But there had never been a biopsy taken of the lymph nodes. They told her it was terminal and she was going to have the palliative treatment they said it was unusual for this cancer to affect someone of her age as it normally affected much older people.”