Unbelievable. Look at this picture from an article in the UK Sun.
The first two ops were cancelled due to a lack of beds and operating time, claimed Torron.
Then two more were delayed because of Torron’s high blood pressure and concerns over his smoking.
Nick Carver, the chief executive of the East and North Herts NHS Trust, insisted computer records showed the trust had only cancelled two operations – one in February and a second in May.
He said proceeding with the operations could have put Torron’s life at risk.
It’s just another example of what happens when you let government control your health care system.