Family of British mother fighting for her life in Turkish hospital are told by the government she can’t be repatriated unless she dies. Cancer-survivor Carole Fleming came down with illness in Turkey. Daughter Stephanie Uyar is trying to raise £25,000 for an air ambulance. The family are paying £1,000 per day for treatment for her blood disorder but daily costs set to skyrocket to £10,000 as doctor’s change their treatment.
British mother fighting for her life in Turkish hospital
A British mother is fighting for her life after coming down with a mystery illness in a Turkish hospital where treatment is set to cost her desperate family £10,000 per day.
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The British Consulate said they will not repatriate breast cancer-survivor Carole Fleming, 67, while she is still alive, her daughter Stephanie Uyar, 36, claims.
Now, Mrs Uyar is trying to raise £25,000 for a commercial air ambulance to bring the mother-of-two back to Britain and into the hands of the NHS.
The family are paying £1,000 per day for treatment for a blood disorder related to a potential bone marrow deficiency – but daily costs are set to skyrocket to £10,000 as the doctor’s change their course of action.
Mrs Uyar said she feels like she’s ‘trapped in a horror movie‘. Her mother’s condition in intensive care in Muğla is so dire she ‘cries blood‘ due to her body’s inability to clot.
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