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Family doctors are key to the Government health reforms, but how efficient are our GPs?
Who cares? Are elderly patients being left to suffer and die from neglect in hospital?
Allan Urry investigates why the NHS is running short of some life-saving medicines.
With attention on A&E, is there a bigger problem in the way hospitals are funded?
Does the NHS spend too much on bandages and syringes? Jenny Cuffe investigates.
Jane Deith asks if the official figures for hospital waiting times can be trusted.
What lies behind plans to outsource NHS cancer care in parts of the Midlands?
Can the NHS afford to run and replace its ageing hospitals? Lesley Curwen investigates.
How are whistleblowers who report unsafe care in the NHS treated?
Why is 'private' the word that dare not speak its name in the National Health Service?
What can one man’s story tells us about the future of the NHS?