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TOPIC: BBC News & Press

'What Doctors Don't Tell You' 23 May 2016 16:05 #61

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I hadn't seen this - must google my name more often :kiss:



www.wddty.com/magazine/2016/march/the-ne...ser-eye-surgery.html
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Which? Conversation 13 May 15 May 2016 15:15 #62

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4 & 5 May 'A Spokesman Said' 15 May 2016 15:10 #63

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Dilse Radio interview on YouTube... 30 Mar 2016 13:13 #64

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The truth WILL out :kiss:

Easter Monday... 27 Mar 2016 23:04 #65

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Don't miss it :kiss:
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London Eye Hospital 15 Mar 2016 18:03 #66

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Thanks to Bobby Qureshi @ the London Eye Hospital for making a valuable contribution to my campaign with his BBC Radio 4 interview yesterday!

Listen closely when Bobby tells presenter Winifred Robertson that offering money to keep a patient from talking to the media is, “Standard practice in the healthcare industry”!

And he believes it “fair” that a damaged patient should not be allowed to speak publicly about their treatment because the GMC rules do not allow him to discuss individual patients.

Weak argument, because damaged patients are perfectly happy to give their permission to waive confidentiality if they’re talking to the media, to allow the provider/surgeon the right of reply - as did all my Optimax/OE/Ultralase clients who’ve given interviews to the press over the years!

Obviously reading from notes Bobby Qureshi claimed “One in ten people” who experience cloudy vision following routine cataract surgery will require subsequent treatment, but because the technology of his 'Hubble Implants’ is "far better than anything that’s gone before” only "one or two in perhaps a hundred” require subsequent treatment.

He presumably sourced these wobbly and unsubstantiated statistics from the same database as those he gave Winifred, when he told her that only “a handful” of people were disappointed with the results. Yet after a little encouragement Bobby admitted that "perhaps a dozen or so” were disappointed, actually ‘four handfuls’ if you pay attention to his numbers, assuming 5 digits per hand!

Incidentally, somewhat ironic that Bobby Qureshi jumped on my bandwagon last year and claimed to support regulation!
www.londoneyehospital.com/news-article/l...r-official-register/

Winifred queried the five star ‘testimonials’ on Bobby's website, but what she should have asked is where are the negative reviews?

Hand on heart, I can tell you that Harvey Marshall is not the only person who has complained to the London Eye Hospital about his treatment, and I challenge Bobby Qureshi to dispute this.

After listening to the 'You and Yours' interview I called Zulfy, marketing manager at London Eye Hospital.

I asked if they would publish the BBC interview on their website, as Bobby Qureshi told Winifred they ought to when she asked.

Zulfy told me they do lots of radio interviews and don’t publish them all. I argued that this one was different as it’s negative.

I also pointed out that Bobby had offered damaged patient Harvey Marshall £30,000 to keep quiet, which I considered serious!

As for his "sophisticated Galilean telescope", I suggest Bobby should save it to look at the stars.
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www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0735q3z
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Dr David Teenan 14 Jan 2016 20:26 #67

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I met with RCOphth Chief Executive Kathy Evans in July, when she confirmed that the Council’s decision to remove me from my position as Lay Advisor to the Working Group was entirely due to, "unsolicited information provided by David Moulsdale".

My subsequent SARs gleaned disturbing evidence of collusion between some members of the College hierarchy and David Moulsdale.

Journalist Simon Lennon started researching info for yesterday’s story in August, so I trust David now understands the text I sent to him @ twenty five minutes past midnight on 25 July:
"For every action there is a reaction…
Tick tock
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Dr David Teenan 14 Jan 2016 13:16 #68

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I just seen this in the newspaper, I am glad to see it all slowly coming out...

Hopefully save someones SIGHT!

Well done Sasha :)

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Dr David Teenan 14 Jan 2016 01:01 #69

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13 January: The Herald :kiss:


www.pressreader.com/uk/the-herald/201601...73764690517/TextView

The unidentified Glasgow patient is Jacqui: www.opticalexpressruinedmylife.co.uk/ind...-ruined-my-life.html

If you read my previous posts (5-9 December) you will know that the Royal College meeting with Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell was in fact convened at my request, to argue the College's decision to remove me from my position as Lay Representative on the Refractive Standards Working Group.
www.rcophth.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/201...urgery-standards.pdf

This decision was entirely due to David Moulsdale's successful lobbying of pivotal College Council members and his Machiavellian ploy to discredit me.

Regardless of the solid evidence that John and I presented in support of our argument for my reinstatement to the panel - and Teenan's removal, David Moulsdale indisputably calls the shots.

Proven when Vice President Peter Tiffin told the Shadow Chancellor, “And the feeling was that because of those unsolicited emails (from David Moulsdale) it was felt that Sasha’s presence on the committee would jeopardise its progress. But that’s the only reason, we want to get standards out, but we can’t do it without Optical Express being involved. Because if they’re not on board they won’t accept the standards.
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The Herald & The Times, 12 Jan... 13 Jan 2016 16:23 #70

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