Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Thousands die needlessly as NHS fails to boost cancer survival rates.
Excerpt: Britain has failed to narrow a cancer survival gap behind the best in the world, according to a global study that suggests that thousands of lives are being lost to mediocre care. Despite improvements in survival rates over the past 15 years, British patients still die of cancer earlier than those in other rich countries that are improving just as fast, according to data on 37 million patients in 71 countries. (Single Payer. ~Bob)

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