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Original message (posted by broady)
The whole thesis of the NHS requires an independent commission. At the moment there is too much politics involved. They spent, we spent, she said, he said comments by politicians is wasteful. In 1950 there were almost 50 million in the UK and now north of 60 million. People live much longer now. Almost all of the patients spoke the Mother tongue. Heart, lung, liver replacements were in story books. Now they are commonplace. AIDís was not around. The recovery rates from lots of cancers are much greater, gastric bypasses werenít around. Drink and drugs didnít seem to be the problem they are now. All this being a man one week and a woman the following week was mere poppycock. I could go on and on citing procedures and extra costs to the NHS but yet the excessive numbers of well paid executives that currently run the NHS donít appear to have grasped the nettle and reformed the set up.

 
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