In a lively exchange during plenary First Minister Carwyn Jones defended the government's position on the availability of cancer drugs in Wales.
Mr Jones was answering member's questions on 29 May 2012.
Leader of the Conservatives Andrew RT Davies accused the first minister of failing thousands of cancer patients in Wales by denying them fundamental drugs and "providing millionaires with access to free paracetamol and Bonjela".
According to Mr Davies 24 modern cancer drugs are available to patients in England via the use of the UK Government's Cancer Drugs Fund.
Mr Davies said: "You choose to fund millionaires' access to paracetamol and Bonjela, but deny cancer patients fundamental drugs."
He added: "We believe cancer patients deserve access to cutting edge technology available to cancer patients in England."
The first minister dismissed the allegations and criticised the Conservative leader on his comments.
Mr Jones outlined the number of free drugs available in Wales to people with different kinds of illnesses and criticised the Conservatives' plans for free prescriptions for the over 60s.
Responding to Andrew RT Davies' comments, Mr Jones said: "He substitutes abuse for ability and bombast for eloquence."
Following the final item during plenary the first minister raised a point of order, calling on Mr Davies to apologise for comments made regarding cancer patients.
Carwyn Jones said that while he very rarely complained about what was said during robust debates in the Assembly, he felt Mr Davies' comments had "crossed a boundary".
Responding to the point of order, Mr Davies said he was happy to withdraw the comment if the first minister had taken personal offence.
The first minister also answered questions on age discrimination, rights for people with disabilities and the government's negotiations with regards to Cardiff Airport.
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