Sky News Breakfast: A baby is the first patient to get a £1.79 million life-saving drug

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast: A baby is the first patient to get a £1.79 million life-saving drug” – below is their description.

    On Sky News Breakfast with Stephen Dixon:

    – The baby who’s become the first patient in England to get a potentially life-saving drug with a £1.79 million a dose price tag on the NHS.

    – The daughter-in-law of Tory grandee Lord Ashcroft to appear in court over the shooting of a police officer on a Caribbean island.

    – How worried is the Government about a third wave, and will ministers put the brakes on a June unlocking?

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