Karol Sikora

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Karol Sikora (b. 1948) is an English physician and oncologist. He is a leading authority on cancer, having written many works on the subject and served as chief of the WHO Cancer Program during the 1990s.

History

UK NHS reform

Karol Sikora has criticized the UK's socialist healthcare system the National Health Service and is an advocate for reform. In February 2017, he described it as the "last bastion of communism", further calling it "monolithic, unmanageable and inefficient".[1]

CCP pandemic

During the Chinese Communist Party pandemic, Karol Sikora expressed concern that policies of lockdown could lead to deaths from other conditions, especially cancer.[2]

References

  1. "The NHS is the last bastion of communism” - Karol Sikora, cancer specialist
  2. The lockdown cancer wave has only just begun