NHS ‘rationing leaves patients in pain’ – BBC News

19:05 EDT 4 Jul 2017 | Life Sciences Health

BBC NewsNHS 'rationing leaves patients in pain'BBC NewsVital NHS operations and treatments are being increasingly rationed in England, leaving patients in pain, doctors say. The treatments affected include hip and knee replacements and cataract surgery to help restore sight as well as drugs for conditions ...Doctors forced to plead with NHS for treatments for patients, BMJ findsThe GuardianPatients face long delays for hip replacements and cataract ops - as treatments are BMJ reveals a new wave of postcode rationing as pressure on NHS finances growsThe Economic Voiceall 7 news articles

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