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Supermarkets must choose

It is ridiculous that supermarkets in the UK are even being considered as suppliers of healthcare.

Sainsburys offers GPs free premises as it launches a national network of practices

They should be given the option of either selling tobacco and alcohol or providing GP services, pharmacies and so on. I have no doubt which they would choose. Healthcare cannot be provided from premises that supply goods that damage it.

From Dr Phil White
Felinheli and Porthaethwy, north Wales

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