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Andrew Lansley said this week his NHS reforms are needed because the UK’s health outcomes are amongst the poorest in Europe. However John Appleby, chief economist at the King’s Fund, tells us why the comparisons are flawed. We also hear from Turkey’s minister of health, Recep Akdağ, on the strides his country has made in providing healthcare.
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