August 2007
GP: General Practitioner;8/17/2007, p7
The article presents news briefs related to medical services in Great Britain. A national dementia strategy is being developed by the Department of Health (DoH) to deal with a predicted surge in cases. Merseyside general practitioner (GP) Sunil Sapre has raised over 10,000 pounds for charity through his expedition to Mount Aconcagua in Argentina. The General Medical Council (GMC) figures show that of the 54 doctors struck off the medical register in 2006, 35 were trained abroad.


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