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Migrants denied NHS care for average of 37 weeks, research finds

Report finds hospital charged destitute anti-FGM campaigner with brain tumour £8,397 for initial treatment

Migrants who need NHS care are being denied treatment for an average of 37 weeks, despite suffering from conditions such as cancer, heart problems or kidney failure, according to research.

One in three end up waiting between six and 12 months, some face even longer delays and in one case a woman with a serious heart complaint could not access care for more than four years, a report found.

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