A man from Northampton is trying to prevent funding being stopped for a drug which could treat his rare cancer.
Richard Bassett has a type of cancer of the digestive system, called Wild Type GIST. His current medicine is keeping the tumours stable, but doctors say with time they could stop responding. The only other treatment would be a drug called Regorafenib, except it's one of 25 medicines coming off the Cancer Drugs Funding list from the 12th of March.
Regorafenib costs about £4500 per patient per month. It treats GIST cancers that have become unresponsive to the other available drugs.
Richard and his girlfriend Victoria have started an online campaign to try to stop it being removed from the NHS list. They need 100,000 signatures on a petition to trigger a discussion in Parliament. With retweets from celebrities, including Russell Brand, Lorraine Kelly and Kym Marsh, they've reached 35,000.
NHS England say the changes will save tens of millions of pounds, to be reinvested in other treatments.
But Victoria says her own research shows cutting Regorafenib won't save much, and that they will do all they can to reverse the decision.
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