Because of the remote follow-up .. they feared for her from “Corona”, so “kidney cancer” killed her

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While the British Minister of Health called for giving citizens greater opportunities for face-to-face visits

A 27-year-old British woman died of liver cancer, a disease that could have been avoided, had it not been for doctors’ insistence not to conduct an early examination due to Corona’s fears.

And the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, reported, Wednesday, that Jessica Brady from the county of Hartfordshire, eastern England, died last December, after a series of virtual appointments over five months that failed to discover her tumor.

Jessica’s story finally escalated; Her mother spoke to the British Parliament about the neglect of her daughter that led to her death.

And her mother said in a parliamentary session that there was a chance for her daughter to survive the disease, if she found a doctor who would diagnose her condition face to face.

And the story began when Jessica began complaining in the summer of 2020 of abdominal pain.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the doctors depended on diagnosing the late lady’s condition on virtual meetings; For fear of corona infection, not one of them bothered to meet the patient face to face, says the mother.

These meetings lasted for five months, during which time the cancerous tumor had spread to Jessica’s body and could no longer be cured.

The mother recounted that doctors initially diagnosed, through virtual meetings, a kidney infection, and prescribed her a drug, which is antibiotics.

When her condition worsened, doctors only prescribed more antibiotics and inhalers.

Later, a set of blood tests revealed signs of cancer in her body, and this was confirmed by liver tests; But it was too late.

This comes at a time when British Health Minister Sajid Javid called on doctors to give citizens greater opportunities for face-to-face visits.

The figures show that the number of people seeing doctors now is a third less than it was before the pandemic.

Because of the remote follow-up .. they feared for her from “Corona”, so “liver cancer” killed her

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A 27-year-old British woman has died of liver cancer, a disease that could have been avoided, had it not been for doctors’ insistence not to conduct an early examination due to Corona’s fears.

And the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, reported, Wednesday, that Jessica Brady from the county of Hartfordshire, eastern England, died last December, after a series of virtual appointments over five months that failed to discover her tumor.

Jessica’s story finally escalated; Her mother spoke to the British Parliament about the neglect of her daughter that led to her death.

And her mother said in a parliamentary session that there was a chance for her daughter to survive the disease, if she found a doctor who would diagnose her condition face to face.

And the story began when Jessica began complaining in the summer of 2020 of abdominal pain.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the doctors depended on diagnosing the late lady’s condition on virtual meetings; For fear of corona infection, not one of them bothered to meet the patient face to face, says the mother.

These meetings lasted for five months, during which time the cancerous tumor had spread to Jessica’s body and could no longer be cured.

The mother recounted that doctors initially diagnosed, through virtual meetings, a kidney infection, and prescribed her a drug, which is antibiotics.

When her condition worsened, doctors only prescribed more antibiotics and inhalers.

Later, a set of blood tests revealed signs of cancer in her body, and this was confirmed by liver tests; But it was too late.

This comes at a time when the British Minister of Health, “Sajid Javid,” called on doctors to give citizens greater opportunities for face-to-face visits.

The figures show that the number of people seeing doctors now is a third less than it was before the pandemic.

September 15, 2021 – Safar 8 1443

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While the British Minister of Health called for giving citizens greater opportunities for face-to-face visits

A 27-year-old British woman died of liver cancer, a disease that could have been avoided, had it not been for doctors’ insistence not to conduct an early examination due to Corona’s fears.

And the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, reported, Wednesday, that Jessica Brady from the county of Hartfordshire, eastern England, died last December, after a series of virtual appointments over five months that failed to discover her tumor.

Jessica’s story finally escalated; Her mother spoke to the British Parliament about the neglect of her daughter that led to her death.

And her mother said in a parliamentary session that there was a chance for her daughter to survive the disease, if she found a doctor who would diagnose her condition face to face.

And the story began when Jessica began complaining in the summer of 2020 of abdominal pain.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the doctors depended on diagnosing the late lady’s condition on virtual meetings; For fear of corona infection, not one of them bothered to meet the patient face to face, says the mother.

These meetings lasted for five months, during which time the cancerous tumor had spread to Jessica’s body and could no longer be cured.

The mother recounted that doctors initially diagnosed, through virtual meetings, a kidney infection, and prescribed her a drug, which is antibiotics.

When her condition worsened, doctors only prescribed more antibiotics and inhalers.

Later, a set of blood tests revealed signs of cancer in her body, and this was confirmed by liver tests; But it was too late.

This comes at a time when British Health Minister Sajid Javid called on doctors to give citizens greater opportunities for face-to-face visits.

The figures show that the number of people seeing doctors now is a third less than it was before the pandemic.





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