'Top up' fees not 'equitable' funding system

The Doctors for Reform study published yesterday argues - through the use of only 20 case studies - that more patients are paying 'top-up' fees and that 'the fundamental NHS principle - that care should be universally and equitably available ' no longer applies'.

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