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Video: Popular British YouTuber in Thailand diagnosed with cancer but has no insurance

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8 hours ago, Captain 776 said:

I am not being a cold hearted bastid or winding anyone up.

 

Best thing to do when diagnosed with Cancer.

 

Embrace it.......enjoy every day you have left.

 

I will never elect Radiation or Chemo.......everyone I know who tried it, end up losing the battle anyway, especially Chemo.

All chemo gets you is a significant medical cost, you are sick and throwing up every day after treatment and at best you get 2-3 months of a TERRIBLE quality of life.

Why would anyone elect that sentence of suffering.

Do whatever makes you the happiest and when it disables you, have them load you with Morphine........give the facility a DNR Do Not Rescesitate order and check out with dignity.

 

Your thought?

I think that it is a very difficult and individual choice and I have utmost respect for people who choose either way.

 

I had 24 chemo and 30 Cobalt radiation treatments and survived to tell the tale.

 

However,whilst in the middle of it,I did say to my doctor "If this Hell I would not wish my worst enemy to be sent here."

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10 hours ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Yes let's speculate endlessly - Kev is probably the mastermind of an international child-trafficking narco-terrorist ring hiding behind the thin veil of a hard-up Brit You Tuber. But you with your low post account have seen through his knavish tricks and shed light on this grave matter. I hope you had your kicks back last year on the burn Graham lynch mob that got foaming here. Stamping out evil post by anonymous post. Keep up the great work - the world needs more like you. 

There are many reasons why a person may want to avoid going somewhere, tax evasion or running away from debts are just two examples. So why you thought of child trafficking..the mind boggles.

 

As for my low post count, well that sounds a bit like i bet mines bigger than yours type of mentality lol something i don't want to discuss with your type

 

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16 hours ago, Sumarianson said:

I would suggest to anyone reading your troll post that they inform themselves and check out the Burzyndki movie and Cancer the forbidden cures. I have had much personal experience in this matter.

My eldest sister now in her late seventies and an avid alternative therapist was diagnosed 25 years ago with breast cancer and told that if she did not have immediate Chemo and Radiation that she would be dead within 3 months. 

She is still alive some 25 years on.

My sister in law who tried to convince her to have a mastectomy some 24 years ago as she had breast cancer and had a double mastectomy and saif to my sister she felt great. She died two years later as a young and extremely beautiful woman in her early 40's. 

My middle sister also with breast cancer underwent chemo last year and a single mastectomy at 65, we shall see how it goes. My best friends wife also has cancer of the womb and throat. She has gone through masses of chemo and radiation over the last 2 years and is expected to die soon.

Dr. Burzynski is the only documented practicioner who has cured brain cancer or glaucoma in adults and children. This after chemo and radiation had failed. ( they will only let him attempt to cure paitents who have been through the toxic chemo and radiation therapies) He is no quak and how dare you say so. His therapy works and big pharma through the AMA have tried many times in court case after court case unsuccessfully to put him out of business. I will allow people on here to determine whom they trust, big pharma and big corporations or a simple doctor trying to cure people of a terrible disease. As for Reene Caisse when she has her 90 birthday bus loads of oeople cured by her came to see her and thank her. That despite her being shut fown many years earlier by big pharma. There have been as many inventors killed for producing free energy devices. Anything that comes between the big corporations and their money. But now people know this, the world has changed and people are awake. You and your likes have no more power here, and you know it.

 

Great anecdotal evidence, I particularly like the way you left out Joseph Hofbauer and Chad Green who were both treated using Burzynski's method and both promptly died, did those examples not fit your agenda?  Burzynski's cure was banned in 1963 and that had nothing to do with money and should he been able to demonstrate any efficiency then he would have sold it to big pharma, instead it was banned because it doesn't work. 

Call me a troll if it makes you feel better, but it really is not trolling to point out that someone is posting nonsense about being able to alter your bodies pH by eating baking soda, something that even a basic understanding of the renal system would make you aware is impossible.

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14 hours ago, NightSky said:

I wish you were right but you’re not.

 

Directors are not allowed to join the social fund and must buy private insurance.

 

i own the business and I’m a director 

 

if I’m wrong please let me know as I would be overjoyed..

 

..although I’ve always been informed otherwise. A Thai friend who is also a director of their Own company says the same thing

 

It took a while but I found it, there is an exemption from the scheme for "newly applying company directors", but that does not mean that you cannot join, just that you do not have to join within 30 days of starting work like everyone else has to.  However, it also says, "Any other person who is not an employee under Section 33 may apply to be an insured person under this Act by expressing his or her intention to the Office."

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18 hours ago, Sumarianson said:

I would suggest to anyone reading your troll post that they inform themselves and check out the Burzyndki movie and Cancer the forbidden cures. I have had much personal experience in this matter.

My eldest sister now in her late seventies and an avid alternative therapist was diagnosed 25 years ago with breast cancer and told that if she did not have immediate Chemo and Radiation that she would be dead within 3 months. 

She is still alive some 25 years on.

My sister in law who tried to convince her to have a mastectomy some 24 years ago as she had breast cancer and had a double mastectomy and saif to my sister she felt great. She died two years later as a young and extremely beautiful woman in her early 40's. 

My middle sister also with breast cancer underwent chemo last year and a single mastectomy at 65, we shall see how it goes. My best friends wife also has cancer of the womb and throat. She has gone through masses of chemo and radiation over the last 2 years and is expected to die soon.

Dr. Burzynski is the only documented practicioner who has cured brain cancer or glaucoma in adults and children. This after chemo and radiation had failed. ( they will only let him attempt to cure paitents who have been through the toxic chemo and radiation therapies) He is no quak and how dare you say so. His therapy works and big pharma through the AMA have tried many times in court case after court case unsuccessfully to put him out of business. I will allow people on here to determine whom they trust, big pharma and big corporations or a simple doctor trying to cure people of a terrible disease. As for Reene Caisse when she has her 90 birthday bus loads of oeople cured by her came to see her and thank her. That despite her being shut fown many years earlier by big pharma. There have been as many inventors killed for producing free energy devices. Anything that comes between the big corporations and their money. But now people know this, the world has changed and people are awake. You and your likes have no more power here, and you know it.

 

"There have been as many inventors killed for producing free energy devices."

No there haven't, you just read that there have been on the internet and automatically believed it, its called being gullible and is not something to be proud of, a simple example for you, how does it make Trump look?  You're no better.

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12 hours ago, Benroon said:

Its 12 weeks ! My own GP told me that in the last year.

 

Sadly that link doesn't open for me however the preceding comment is nonsense. You will PAY for NHS treatment if you have been a non resident UNLESS you can PROVE you are as of that moment going to be resident in the UK. You selectively cut that bit off of your final comment. How you go about that I don't know and perhaps doesn't sound so forboding but you do have to go through those hoops.

 

The government even set up a chasing debtors department to collect the funds from health tourists (which I think was then quietly disbanded as everyone from Nigeria just told them to <deleted> off)

 

It would be great if you were right - but you're not (strictly).

Regarding entitlement to NHS:  I'm sure it's right. Sorry the link didn't work.  The key phrase is the 'Shah ruling' which established that anyone returning to UK to live is entitled from day one. I'm not saying there won't be hoops to jump through in some cases.  Ultimately, though the NHS won't have a leg to stand on.

 

Here it is the PDF file again: https://www.ageuk.org.uk/globalassets/age-uk/documents/factsheets/fs25_returning_from_abroad_fcs.pdf

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12 hours ago, SamuiGeezer said:

Correct, if you go back you need to be in the UK for 3 months before trying to get treatment.

That's social services I think.  NHS entitlement is free from day one.   

 

NHS entitlement is residency based. A simple declaration that you intend to resume residence is enough- this was established under the Shah ruling.  Of course questions will be asked, but it stands to reason that if you are still there 3 months later then the answer is obvious.  

 

If on the other hand, you are in fact not staying, and someone has reported you then that may be a different story.

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57 minutes ago, mommysboy said:

Regarding entitlement to NHS:  I'm sure it's right. Sorry the link didn't work.  The key phrase is the 'Shah ruling' which established that anyone returning to UK to live is entitled from day one. I'm not saying there won't be hoops to jump through in some cases.  Ultimately, though the NHS won't have a leg to stand on.

 

Here it is the PDF file again: https://www.ageuk.org.uk/globalassets/age-uk/documents/factsheets/fs25_returning_from_abroad_fcs.pdf

 

The Shah case states that there must be, "a sufficient degree of continuity", and the factsheet you posted states, "If you are a British citizen who resides solely overseas and are visiting the UK, you may be charged for non-emergency hospital treatment", the key would be in providing evidence that you are returning with intent to remain rather than as a short term visit, which will come down to property.

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5 minutes ago, Kieran00001 said:

 

The Shah case states that there must be, "a sufficient degree of continuity", and the factsheet you posted states, "If you are a British citizen who resides solely overseas and are visiting the UK, you may be charged for non-emergency hospital treatment", the key would be in providing evidence that you are returning with intent to remain rather than as a short term visit, which will come down to property.

Nothing to do with property.  The circumstances of coming home to live are self evident. Put it this way, who has been refused treatment? Anyway, treatment would not be refused I think. What could happen is that one might be billed, but this would undoubtedly be cancelled later. when it proves that you are there permanently.  Bottom line is a resident is entitled to NHS care under the 'Shah ruling'.  

 

There is a lot of misinformation on the net, and people get confused between doctor's surgery rules, NHS entitlement, and eligibility for social services.

 

I guess the uncomfortable truth is that many of us should really return to the UK as soon as possible, before something happens.  It's something I am reluctantly considering.

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16 hours ago, NightSky said:

so when sick we can all fly to Norway for a treatment holiday then?

Well you need to be really sick to get any help without paying for it. But lets say you are a tourist in Norway , with a foreign passport , you will still qualify for emergency treatment in a hospital.  

  

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On 3/11/2019 at 4:05 PM, connda said:

Personally I believe the whole Thai thing of embracing 'medical marijuana' is all about allowing a certain sub-set of wealthy Thais to make a killing on monopolized marijuana and cannabinoid products. 

this is certainly the case in most places it has been legalized either recreationally or medically.

however that does not preclude actual benefits to individuals who may need treatment.

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12 minutes ago, mommysboy said:

It's an 

Nothing to do with property.  The circumstances of coming home to live are self evident. Put it this way, who has been refused treatment? Anyway, treatment would not be refused I think. What could happen is that one might be billed, but this would undoubtedly be cancelled later. when it proves that you are there permanently.  Bottom line is a resident is entitled to NHS care under the 'Shah ruling'.  

 

There is a lot of misinformation on the net, and people get confused between doctor's surgery rules, NHS entitlement, and eligibility for social services.

 

I guess the uncomfortable truth is that many of us should really return to the UK as soon as possible, before something happens.  It's something I am reluctantly considering.

 

It will very much come down to property as unless you own one or rent one you will not have a way to evidence that your intention is to remain the UK rather than just visit to ponce off the NHS.although the Shah case

 

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5 hours ago, Kenchamp said:

I have noticed that comments on his you tube channel that are in any way negative toward him or contradict what he says in his videos are deleted pretty sharpish.

Definitely his way or the highway, fan boys only as with many such vloggers here. Anyone disagreeing with him and his ilk are automatically labelled 'haters and trolls'.

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