Byline: LORI CAMPBELL
A CANCER patient told a tribunal yesterday that she was treated 'like a leper' by Salvation Army bosses after becoming terminally ill.
Care assistant Jennette MacDonald, 58, said the charity showed no compassion when told there was no cure for her lung cancer.
Mrs MacDonald, who had worked part-time at an Army home for the elderly in Edinburgh for seven years, told an employment tribunal in the city that bosses refused to give her time off for chemotherapy treatment.
She said she wanted to keep working for as long as she could to help take her mind off her illness.
But her manager, Major David Tribble, told her she …