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NHS at 70: "We'll just keep on fighting"

NHS at 70: "We'll just keep on fighting" by Tree Elven on 05/07/2018
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As Britain's National Health Service (NHS) turns 70, its own choir - comprised of doctors, nurses, other healthcare workers and patients from all over the UK - puts out a strong message in the face of under-funding and cutbacks. The NHS was launched on 5 July 1948 by the then Health Secretary, Aneurin Bevan, at Park Hospital in Manchester (known today as Trafford General Hospital). For the first time, hospitals, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, opticians and dentists were brought together under one umbrella to provide services free of charge at the point of delivery. Not only Brits but other nations point to its mission and heritage with pride; many have an uplifting story to tell related to their health care under it. What do you think of the National Health Singers' rendition of the specially created song 'Won't Let Go' and the message it carries?

Keywords: NHS 70, Britain National Health Service, National Health Singers, healthcare for all, Mark De-Lisser, Clare Dove

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