August 2009
Nursing Standard;8/5/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 48, p8
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This article reports on the role of Great Britain's National Health Service (NHS) in U.S. President Barack Obama's campaign for free health care. The article discusses a conservative television campaign against Obama's plan that cites problems with the NHS related to delayed treatment for diseases. The article also notes that the American Nurses Association supports Obama.


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