Short cuts Thornton urges Dobson to 'stand firm' on Viagra

Health secretary Frank Dobson has been urged to 'stand firm' on his plans to limit the availability of anti-impotence drug Viagra on the NHS, in the face of the British Medical Association's decision to reject the proposals. NHS Confederation chief executive Stephen Thornton said the BMA had 'yet again' rejected ...

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