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GPs urged to suspect cancer in over-60s with weight loss


Are the academic dumbing down isn't this basic medicine.The whole point in a cut price health system is access to diagnosics.Yes the UK less scanners per head of population than almost everyone else, less hospital beds and of course less Drs pe head of population than most others.Remind me how we going to do this with those facts pointing to massive underfunding in the health system.Now how much does a good MRI scanner cost again, is it still £30 million or can we get one from ebay now.

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10 Apr 2018

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