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A late-stage Motor Neurone Disease sufferer arrives on Darwin. It turns out that she has undergone brain stem treatment abroad to try and correct her MND. Surgeon Elliot Hope, whose wife is... See full summary »

Director:

Ian Jackson

Writer:

Michael Jenner

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Bradley Paul Bradley ... Elliot Hope
Jaye Jacobs ... Donna Jackson
Tina Hobley Tina Hobley ... Chrissie Williams
Amanda Mealing ... Connie Beauchamp
Luke Roberts ... Joseph Byrne
Adam Best Adam Best ... Matt Parker
Sharon D. Clarke ... Lola Griffin
Kelly Adams ... Mickie Hendrie
Martin Hancock ... Reg Lund
Scott Adkins ... Bradley Hume
Gillian Bevan ... Gina Hope
Sam Stockman Sam Stockman ... James Hope
Alex Macqueen ... Dr. Keith Greene (as Alex MacQueen)
Corrinne Wicks Corrinne Wicks ... Margaret Wrightman (as Corinne Wicks)
Elly Fairman ... Trudi Wrightman
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A late-stage Motor Neurone Disease sufferer arrives on Darwin. It turns out that she has undergone brain stem treatment abroad to try and correct her MND. Surgeon Elliot Hope, whose wife is also a MND sufferer is impressed by the patient's story and informs Gina. Connie and Joseph are very skeptical on the brain stem treatment, however Elliot tries to persuade his wife to take the chance. In the end she agrees to go abroad to try brain stem treatment in a bid to control her MND. Elsewhere, it's Matt's first day as a qualified doctor on Keller. His first patient, Bridie, and elderly woman is brought in with a burnt leg and bruises are discovered on her body. After speculation from the staff that her grandson is hitting her, it is revealed that she infact falls regularly and is picked up by her grandson. She had fallen recently against a heater and this is the reason for her burnt leg. Unfortunalty on her way to theatre she collapses and Matt is called, but they are unable to save her ... Written by Anonymous

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 August 2006 (UK) See more »

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