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NHS is not the envy of the world


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“Believing [the NHS] to be the best [healthcare system] in the world requires a uniquely insular form of blind patriotism” says Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs.

Writing for The Critic magazine, Christopher notes that “your chances of still being alive five years after being diagnosed with cancer are generally lower in Britain than in comparable countries” and that the UK has “far fewer CT scanners and MRI units than most OECD countries.” 

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