Recent reports from UK medical officials estimate that at least 8,600 women are now living with undetected breast cancer in the UK – a direct result of the government’s order to restrict NHS care in the wake the coronavirus ‘pandemic.’ But this is only the tip of a much larger iceberg.
Back in March, government and health officials claimed that the NHS had to be converted into a de facto ‘COVID only’ service, supposedly to deal with an alleged ‘surge’ predicted in the government’s own computer models. But that overwhelming influx of COVID patients into UK hospitals never happened, as special COVID wards across the country were left largely empty.
To this day, the government and NHS official refuse to revert back to normal NHS care services, still claiming that ‘triaging’ (care by phone) of care and waiting lists must be maintained in order to prepare for an alleged “Second Wave” of COVID hospitalisations. But nowhere in the UK, or even in Europe, has this much-hyped second wave actually happened.NHS Debacle: 1 Million Breast Cancer Screenings Missed Due to COVID Panic Policies