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February 6, 2013 by Protect Our NHS

This is a comment from a concerned member of the public.

The article below needs to be circulated as widely as possible- I actually felt very emotional reading it. On a personal level, I reflected on all the fantastic health services and professionals that have responded sympathetically and efficiently to my family over the years, from the diagnosis of minor ailments, to saving my grand-daughters life when she contracted meningitis at 9 months old. How many children and adults will die or be denied access to critical services because their families can’t afford  health insurance? If this is the reality perhaps we need to identify and publicise some case studies or scenarios that will enable people to truly understand the consequences of health reforms.

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