Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont has challenged the First Minister over the availability of cancer drugs in Scotland; saying we're in danger of exporting "health refugees" to England.
63-year-old bowel cancer patient Maureen Fleming and her husband are considering moving from Dunbartonshire to Newcastle in order to access the life-prolonging drug Cetuximab on the NHS. Paying privately for the treatment in Scotland would cost around £3,000 a month.
Campaigners have called for a Cancer Drugs Fund in Scotland to pay for cancer treatments such as Cetuximab, to match a £200m a year system in England.
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