Cataracts, hips, knees and tonsils: NHS begins rationing operations

July 27, 2011
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Anne Ball, 71, a retired business consultant: 'I have bilateral cataracts and under the original NHS criteria I was entitled to have at least one of mine treated - but then the West Sussex health authorities decided to change the threshold level to save money'
The dream of “free” Universal Healthcare¬†in action: suffering people at the mercy and whim of bureaucrats rather than being free to choose when and with whom they get their medical¬†care. Yet another Socialist/Statist success story.
Read Oliver White’s article at The Independent.
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