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13:39 GMT, Friday, 4 July 2008 14:39 UK
Does the NHS have a future?
Experts doubt whether the UK can continue to finance an NHS which is free at the point of need for all.
FEATURES, VIEWS, ANALYSIS
'The NHS and I have grown up together'
Do the French do it better?
'Everybody was so kind and welcoming'
'We used to get coal for our new mums'
Sixty years of the Scottish NHS
Innovation transforming NHS care
Quality ranking key to NHS funds
Viewpoints: Darzi review of NHS
A 60-year revolution in surgery
Public tolerant of 'nanny state'
Cash-for-quality in new-look NHS
Infections 'the biggest NHS fear'
NHS drug approval to speed up
As the NHS turns 60, the BBC is giving the service a health check.
Reports and features will appear on TV, on radio and online.
An easy birth?
The struggle to realise the vision of a free health service
Remembering the earliest days of the NHS
Then and now
Graphic depiction of how the NHS has changed over 60 years
Archive footage of the NHS
Alan Johnson sets out NHS plans
Sally Magnusson asks what future for the NHS?
The Cost of Health investigates dilemmas facing the NHS
You tell us what you think of the NHS - we map your comments
Learn about the birth of the National Health Service
Matron gives moder