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Patients are waiting longer for operations according to sworn statements

By | on Apr 30 2019

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Our healthcare freedom case for patient rights resumed again this Monday. As revealed by sworn statements by surgeons working in BC, the lack of operating time being rationed has not been able to keep up with what is needed for suffering patients.

As Pamela Fayerman reports:

…He used to tell patients they’d get their surgery in 2.5 years. Now [Doctor] Javer, the head of the St. Paul’s Sinus Centre and co-director of ear, nose and throat research at UBC, says he has to tell them the waiting time has gone up to four years.

Read more about this newly presented evidence in the Vancouver Sun here. And please consider donating to this case using the button below to fight for the right of all patients to seek out medical care in the private sector when they’re left suffering on a government waiting list.

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