Life-extending cancer drugs 'rationed by postcode': Dozens of hospitals refuse to hand out treamentsDozens of trusts failing to hand out treatments for bowel, ovarian, lung and brain cancerSome of the drugs boost survival rates by a quarter and others extend lives By Sophie Borland PUBLISHED: 23:50 GMT, 10 January 2013 | UPDATED: 03:05 GMT, 11 January 2013 Hospitals are denying patients the latest life-extending cancer drugs, a report reveals. Dozens of trusts are failing to hand out treatments for bowel, ovarian, lung and brain cancer that have been approved by the NHS watchdog NICE
EXCLUSIVE: Revealed, the family secret that haunted the tragic mother of Sandy Hook shooter, her plans to find a new home for her troubled son – and how she feared 'her time was running out' | UPDATED: 22:13 GMT, 18 December 2012 The mother of the Newtown shooter spent her last months alive criss-crossing the globe in a desperate search for a new home as she knew that ‘time was running out’, MailOnline can reveal today. Nancy Lanza's sister-in-law Marsha revealed that she had traveled to nine cities in three countries because she wanted out of the mansion she shared with her troubled son Adam – and could have known the end was coming.
Attacker beat MS sufferer so savagely she spent three weeks in a coma and was unrecognisable to relativesHeather McQueen, 53, was left with such severe injuries her own family did not recognise herThe 53-year-old multiple sclerosis sufferer was set upon in her own home Durham police are still hunting the attacker which left her in a coma | UPDATED: 17:54 GMT, 29 November 2012 Battered: Heather McQueen was beaten so severely her own sister did not recognise her A disabled woman attacked in her own home was left with such severe injuries her own family did not recognise her.
MS sufferer, 55, gunned down by drug-fuelled son, 34, because he was 'sick' of her illness 'never complained' about condition Ian Blakey took cocaine and lured his mother Jean out on a shopping tripInstead he drove her to woodland, shot her, his dog and then himselfHe had called 999 and told them 'I'm sick of the f****** sight of it' (her MS)Coroner records unlawful killing on Jean and that Ian took his own life | UPDATED: 13:03 GMT, 28 November 2012 Inquest: Jean Blakey, 55, who was shot dead by her son Ian had 'never complained about her illness' and was always smiling, an inquest had heard A mother shot dead by her son who believed she could not cope with Multiple Sclerosis had ‘never complained about her illness’ and was desperate to live, an inquest heard. Ian Blakey told his mother Jean, 55, he wanted to take her shopping but instead drove to a secluded woodland to kill her and then himself because he 'didn't fancy doing life' in prison for her murder. The 34-year-old, who had taken cocaine and an ecstasy-type drug, rang 999 and told the operator: 'I have killed my mother