Snakes and bladders: how patients saved a pioneering medic cast down by NHS rules – The Spectator

Patients at Professor James Malone-Lee’s urinary clinic are often at their wits’ end with near-suicidal despair.

Professor James Malone-Lee just happens to be one of those charismatic grey-haired-medical professors who wears stripy shirts and red braces and has a charming face with a veiny nose, and who always returns emails within 24 hours, being well-brought-up and genuinely compassionate.

But all that would be of no use or interest whatsoever were it not for the fact that the man is, to thousands of patients who have suffered from a particularly nasty disease, a saviour. As can happen to saviours, he has recently been vilified and almost crucified….

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