Something to ponder next time Michael Moore (or someone less dishonest and more well-intentioned) starts talking about how America needs to start rationing healthcare:
Attempts to improve breast cancer care are being undermined by [British] government targets, leaving “alarming” numbers of women waiting too long for diagnosis, a study warns. A “fast-track” system is actually pushing some women with cancer to the back of the queue.
At least one in four women diagnosed with breast cancer has not been seen urgently, says a study published today in the British Medical Journal Online First.
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