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The NHS at 60 - in video

Is the National Health Service still fit and well after six decades?

Archive footage of NHS

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Doctors and nurses in the newly-formed NHS

The midwife's story

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Former midwife Mona Williams, now 90, started her training in 1948

Shaping generations
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Three generations of one family on their experience of the NHS

Fear of infection

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A survey to mark the anniversary reveals that hospital infection is still a big fear

Matron looks back

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A former matron remembers the beginning of the NHS

GP on 60 years of the service

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Doctor Alan Myerson says he is still sceptical of the NHS, after 60 years of working in it

The view from abroad

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How the US, China and Germany handle healthcare

Changes are 'exciting'

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Professor Harold Ellis on some of the changes he has seen over 60 years





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