Public trust in doctors stays high despite Shipman

The public's trust in doctors remains extremely high - despite recent bad publicity over cases such as the Harold Shipman murder trial, according to a MORI public opinion poll carried out for the British Medical Association. The survey of more than 2,000 people found that 87 per cent would generally ...

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