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I am sorry to hear of this. With the NHS you are either entitled to treatment or they charge you. They certainly wouldn’t hold back on your status in the country. So I wouldn’t worry about this. Why do you think this if you don’t mind me asking?
I see. So this is due to it likely a long term chronic condition, one which requires monitoring and not treatment unless it does progress and cause symptoms, which is rare.
Often haematologists will discharge patients and allow this just to be monitored annually in primary care.
It is understandable for you to worry, I suspect this is more down to communication, but not a reflection of your care and management.