A bright future?

July 1980
British Medical Journal;7/19/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6234, p202
Academic Journal
Comments on the developments in private medicine in Great Britain. Collaboration between the private sector and the National Health Service (NHS); Increase in private practice by general practitioners; Disintegration of the NHS and the move to an American kind of system.


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