'HSE must stop forcing patients on to social media', says parent with advanced prostate cancer


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A father-of-three with advanced prostate cancer who is seeking a 12-month extension to the current year-long terminal illness card has called on the HSE to “stop forcing patients on to social media” as they try to claw back medical cards that have been revoked.
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