Latest Colin Ross Stories
By EMILY COOK A CANCER patient with just a few months to live won his High Court fight yesterday to get a life-prolonging drug. Colin Ross, 55 - who has incurable bone-marrow cancer - had been refused pounds 5,000-a-course Revlimid by his health trust on cost grounds.
By Jeremy Laurance A cancer sufferer given months to live won a court battle yesterday to get a drug that could prolong his life by up to three years.
By Jeremy Laurance A cancer patient with only months to live will learn today whether he can have the costly drug that specialists say could extend his life by up to three years.
By Sadie Gray A cancer sufferer whose primary care trust refused to pay for a drug which could extend his life by up to three years has launched an "end of the road" legal challenge to the decision.
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