Kate Andrews writes for City AM
The rationing and bureaucratic structure that remains the biggest flaw of the NHS, rearing its ugly head in areas of testing and treatment which are far less controversial than prostate cancer screenings.
The screening age for bowel cancer has finally dropped by a decade in England – a long overdue move, which was delayed partially due to lack of resources and staff. Even so, Bowel Cancer UK estimates that thousands are waiting beyond the target for the lifesaving diagnostic test.
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