WOULD doctors and hospital [...]

Peter McKay
October 2012
Daily Mail;10/29/2012, p17
WOULD doctors and hospital administrators really conspire to push frail old people onto the Liverpool Care Pathway, removing all feeding tubes and drips, in order to meet quotas about how many patients are dying in this way? Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says hospitals accused of misusing the LCP must carry out detailed investigations to ensure similar scandals never occur again.


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