Life changing drugs could become available to islanders in Guernsey for an extra cost of £13.4m over two years.
Health and Social Care (H&SC) wants islanders to have the same access to NICE approved drugs and treatments as those under the NHS's care.
But the Committee says it cannot afford to fund this with their current budget and says it will need millions of pounds more every year.
- Fran Le Noury explains...
H&SC Committee says the gap between drugs available in England and those available in the Bailiwick is "unacceptable".
The Committee proposes a "phased introduction" by introducing the most cost-effective drugs first.
A review will take place at the end of the two years to assess the impact of the introduction of the drugs.
The £13.4m is broken down over the two years as follows: