Life has got worse for Goldmine senior Navlette Pryce since The Gleaner last interviewed her in September.
The 73-year-old who resides in the central Jamaica district bordering Clarendon and St Catherine just can’t catch a break.
At the time, Pryce, who is diabetic and hypertensive, was being treated for a cancerous toe she eventually had to sever a few weeks ago.
After undergoing the procedure at May Pen Hospital, she was given medication and released. However, antibiotics that were crucial to her recovery were not in the package, a misfortune that has had severe implications for her health.