British Medicine Plans Ahead

August 1942
New Republic;8/24/42, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p215
Discusses whether the future of medical service in Great Britain lies in the extension of the existing compulsory health insurance so as to cover most of the population, and a completely state-administered medical service for all the people. Extension of medical care and nutrition programs for war workers; Support of the British Medical Association for the extension of health insurance; Discussion on outlines of facts regarding pros and cons of the unified state service, favored by a considerable minority, published in the periodical "British Medical Journal."


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