Privatisation continues to threaten our NHS | Letters

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With the National Health Service a prominent issue in this general election, readers air their viewsRob Delaney’s deeply moving account of his son’s illness and the family’s experience with ill-health, seen from the perspective of a US citizen, reminds us that it often takes somebody from the outside to see things clearly (The NHS is a British marvel. Vote to save it , Journal, 5 December). The NHS, now over 70 years old, is indeed a marvel, consistently offering world-class care despite its many well-publicised shortcomings. Don’t believe me? Look at the independent reports from theCommonwealth Fund , which assess both overall features and key outcomes for the major health systems across the western world, and you’ll see that theNHS consistently excels . Continue reading...

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