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NHS services have become an all-you-can-eat buffet


Your 'nominal charge' is still prohibitive if - like the sickest patients - you have multiple morbidities and require several prescriptions every month. In terms of drugs charges, we should look at what the NHS is paying suppliers. For example, 10mg hydrocortisone tablets for which the NHS pays £60 per pack of 30, when the same tablets cost just a few euros on the continent.

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16 Oct 2014

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