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Britain's Top Doctor Says National Health Service May Be Forced to Abandon Free Healthcare for All
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Feb. 27, 2015

"The NHS is 'not fit for the future' and unless it undergoes radical change it may be forced to abandon free healthcare for all, in the future, the service's top doctor has warned. Medical director of NHS England Professor Sir Bruce Keogh said the NHS must become far less reliant on hospitals and needed a 'complete transformation' of the way it operates.... 'This will open up a whole series of discussions about whether the NHS is fit for purpose, whether it's affordable, and whether the compact with the citizen of free healthcare for all is sustainable in the longer term.' "

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