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Britain's drugs watchdog should be abolished after a series of "barbaric" and "crazy" decisions which have denied patients lifesaving treatments, a leading cancer expert has said.
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The National Kidney Federation (NKF) is to launch a campaign against NICE's decision to rule out the use of four new drugs for kidney cancer.
The terminal kidney cancer sufferer who runs a business in Knowle was giving his reaction to the news four drugs - including the one he spent months fighting to get and is set to battle for again - will not be recommended.
Toguchi's story, and identity, were kept secret for years while the church investigated her case. Today, the 80-year-old retired schoolteacher talks openly of her experience.
'Bullying, ignorant and patronising': NICE attacked by experts over drug ban scandal for cancer patients
The unprecedented attack follows the highly-controversial decision to ban drugs that can extend the life of kidney cancer victims.
Thousands of kidney cancer patients have been handed an 'early death sentence' under plans to ban life-extending new drugs.
Many of the drugs are used to treat rare ailments, such as Ovation Pharmaceuticals' Cosmegen, which is prescribed exclusively to children with rare kidney cancer. The company raised the drugs' price more than 3,400 percent in 2006 to $593.75 from just $16.79.
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