GP condemns 'ridiculous and cruel' treatment of dying man
A GP has rallied more than 1200 doctors in her fight to bring a refugee dying of lung cancer from Nauru to Australia for palliative care.
Dr Sara Townend, who says she had to google how to write a complaint letter to the Australian Border Force, says the Government's plan for the 63-year-old known as Ali was "ridiculous and cruel".
“Palliative care is not just a drop of morphine every now and then, and hand holding to the end. It’s a distinct speciality and it’s the art and science of how a body dies,” she said.
"If he remains on Nauru, he faces a potentially