UK NHS funding makes headlines
This article was originally published in Clinica
Funding the UK NHS and rationing healthcare have been the focus of public debate in the last week. The NHS would not receive more money from a Labour government, party leader Tony Blair told the National Association of Health Authorities and Trusts annual meeting. Underfunding by the present government was attacked by the British Medical Association's chairman, Dr Sandy Macara, at the association's annual conference last week. At the same time, a series of articles in the BMJ (June 22nd) claim that rationing is inevitable.
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