Nurses Speak Out #0008, 25/09/2021, RN, 40years, Palliative Care, AHPRA Verified
By Staff Reporter
Nurses Speak Out #0008
RN, 40years. Palliative Care.
I am an RN of 40 years, presently my work is in Palliative care where I have worked for 8.5 years permanently in ——-.
I am seeing patients developing increased effects from Palliative radiation, which is commonly prescribed for reducing various conditions arising from cancers. Our patients are deteriorating more quickly with increasing weaknesses, breathlessness (?PEs) facial droops (Palsy or stroke), neuropathys in hands or feet.
The cancers some only recently diagnosed, seem to have metastisised very rapidly. This needs to be looked into carefully. We as nurses are commenting those going for radiation are very much at risk; a death sentence which hastens their deterioration towards death. As Palliative patients, their downturns are passed as expected, while we see them as alarming.
I have many colleagues took the jab out of sheer fear of losing their job and incomes. Also one other colleague after she recieved her 1st pfizer jab was off work with encephalitis and remains very unwell having diffuculty with headaches and dizzy spells.
I am ordered to leave from September 30th, a job I am passionate about and feel have been valued. While now 61 years old I hoped to continue my work for 5 more years and feeling very sad to be forced to leave.
I think the radiation perhaps is accentuating the vaccinations, namely the graphene components.
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