'DYING MAN'S LAST WISH': NAURU REFUGEE DENIED CARE IN AUSTRALIA

MR RINTOUL SAID THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT WAS DENYING THE LAST WISHES OF A DYING MAN TO HAVE SOME PEACE AND COMFORT IN HIS LAST DAYS .

THE 63-YEAR-OLD AFGHAN HAZARA HAS ADVANCED LUNG CANCER AND IS CURRENTLY RECEIVING TREATMENT IN THE REGIONAL PROCESSING CENTRE.

The 63-year-old Afghan Hazara has advanced lung cancer and is currently receiving treatment in the regional processing centre.
A terminally ill refugee on Nauru has been refused entry to Australia where he hoped to receive palliative care, according to advocacy groups.
Mr Rintoul said the Australian government was "denying the last wishes of a dying man to have some peace and comfort in his last days".

A terminally ill refugee on Nauru has been refused entry to Australia where he hoped to receive palliative care, according to advocacy groups. The 63-year-old Afghan Hazara has advanced lung cancer and is currently receiving...

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