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Is NHS England being whittled down to a core service?

11:12 EDT 9 Oct 2014 | British Medical Journal

Allyson Pollock, professor of global health, and Peter Roderick, a barrister and senior research fellow, both at Queen Mary University of London, argue that, through various mechanisms in the 2012 Health and Social Care Act, the NHS in England could be turned into a small core service. For full healthcare coverage, will we have to turn to...

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