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Last Updated: Friday, 2 June 2006, 16:06 GMT 17:06 UK
The problem with the NHS
Spiralling debts and job cuts are plaguing the NHS in England, bringing a new focus to how it operates in the 21st century.

Health workers in a variety of sectors - plus the BBC's home editor, Mark Easton - offer their views on what is wrong with the National Health Service and prescribe their own remedies.

Click on the links to read their diagnoses and suggested solutions.

Mohib Khan, surgeon

Mike Travis, staff nurse

John Restell, chief executive

Susie Sanderson, dentist

Mark Easton, BBC home editor

Chris Ham, health economist




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