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Doctors swamped with swine flu calls


GPs' surgeries are being swamped with phone calls from people worried about swine flu.

The government says the number of people who could die after contracting swine flu may reach as many as 65-thousand.

The BBC's Jane-Frances Kelly visited Dr Rosemary Leonard's surgery in south London to see how it was coping.


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