5:57 PM, Aug 25, 2009 • By JOHN MCCORMACK
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Yesterday, the Times of London had a troubling article titled, "Heart patients missing out on life-saving care after surgery." Today, the Financial Times has a piece on the troubles of getting the NHS's national online database of medical records up and running.
As Fraser Nelson and Irwin M. Stelzer wrote in the July 27 issue of THE WEEKLY STANDARD, "No NHS, Please, We're American."
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