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Royal Free London Nov 23
Rachel has been in for the past five months...
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Royal Free London Nov 23
How's everybody feeling?Thank you for all of your kind words about tonight's programme. It was an emotional one. Thank you also to all of the patients who were willing to be filmed so you get to see a bit more of our incredible NHS and the people who make it so special.
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Caroline Clarke Nov 23
Such a privilege to be sharing a window into the world of our amazing NHS through . World-leading care; teamwork; kindness; resilience - in the most testing times. And the most inspirational patients. Don't forget we're here for you.
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Royal Free London Nov 23
Following a lifesaving operation and nine days apart, Ntafy sees his wife for the first time...
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MrsAitchBee 3.5% #3PointFivePercent #FBPE Nov 23
Watching how utterly devastating that donor organs that currently come from the to treat our sickest patients will stop because of fucking brexit
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Jilly59 Nov 23
dear to my heart. I'm a Psychiatric nurse,my partner had a kidney transplant last Sunday. Thank you
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Erika 'Hello Wall' Valentine Nov 23
Learning on that Brexit puts NHS transplants at risk, because of reciprocal arrangements potentially ending with no deal, and also not to mention the risks to drugs, etc. Their transplant programmes could be at risk. It's the gift that just keeps on giving 🙄
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Mr Ethical Nov 23
Once U.K. has left EU there will be fewer organs available for transplant, as we have a reciprocal agreement with Europe. Nice one, brexidiots.
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Erika 'Hello Wall' Valentine Nov 23
You can keep your I'm A Celebrity. Real "reality tv" is contained in excellent programmes like . So many in this country could learn so much more from watching it.
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Nicola Woods Nov 23
Watching and my heart breaks for Rachel. Hoping she gets the best outcome, and can lead as close to a normal life as possible 💙
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Mr Opinionated Nov 23
What a lovely positive husband Rachel has, get well soon
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Megan Sarah Nov 23
God this makes me so angry. This scheme is amazing. It works both ways and gives people a chance to live who might otherwise die. This is what the EU should be about. God how little Brexit voters truly knew.
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Ceri Millen Nov 23
Rachel’s story on actually makes me embarrassed of some of the things I complain about as a young woman of a similar age...really does put things into perspective
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Gail Melvin 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Nov 23
Brilliant work from , great to see another perspective and truly proud to be a small cog in the NHS transplant wheel. 🙏
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✨ Leanne O’Connor ✨ Nov 23
6-8 hours extra work for an unplanned transplant out of hours. That’s dedication.
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Dan Nov 23
Watching and I’ll always be thankful to the transplant team for my kidney. The work the team does is amazing.
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Lauren Nov 23
Oh Rachel, I just want to give you a hug
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Duncan Stone Nov 23
Bloody hell. The dedication of the staff in . 👏🏻
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David Hallam FRSA Nov 23
Really proud this evening to watch . For nine months I worked on the Comms team - I even helped film a transplant op. Reminded me what a brilliant team make up the Royal Free. Well done everyone!
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Donna harrison Nov 23
omg I’m in tears watching this - these guys are so amazing
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