Just a word of caution on "free healthcare", it doesn't mean inequalities don't exist and it doesn't mean that drugs on the NHS always come for a prescription charge; cancer treatment in particular can involve thousands of pounds being paid out by the patient even under a system were all working people pay National Insurance contributions towards healthcare.
The NHS was never intended to be a service that cared for every ailment, it was at it's core setup to treat emergencies in the main. Over the years the scope of it has increased to the point of unsustainability which is why private hospitals enjoy such an extensive footprint (even before COVID). Humans are high-maintenance and are not getting any less so.
Now, I am not saying here that any of the illnesses in this thread should not be treated. Equally, I am not defending the reprehensible actions of pharmaceutical companies, some of the numbers quoted here do not add up at all and are clearly geared more towards profit than development. I genuinely believe however that in order to control the sustainability of any national, publicly funded healthcare system there needs to be a strong private sector to support the wider need, and I say this as a former NHS employee. Right now there are so many people presenting at hospital with illness that is in such an advanced state due to COVID keeping most people at home unwilling to risk going to hospital that it will take 5 years or more for the NHS to "catch-up" just to hit its previously unsustainable state (there's nearly 6 million people on waiting lists in the UK right now for NHS treatment - before COVID it was just above 4 million from memory).
I will also second the sentiment here that vaccines are not some magic potion that make you immune from dying by whatever disease the vaccine is administered against. In the past month, two people I know have died who were double jabbed but they also had underlying health conditions which determined that when they caught COVID they were always on the back foot. There's still some life choices people have to make once vaccinated. Getting 2 injections of a vaccine does not mean we can all "go back to normality" (thank fuck). Human beings are dirty by nature; full of germs, viruses, bacteria that all thrive by virtue of the fact we are so on top of each other all the time. I have masks with me everywhere I go still, I touch elbows only when greeting people and I only go out if I have to (barring work of course). Herd immunity can just fuck right off.