sábado, 7 de janeiro de 2017


The Guardian
1 h ·


'I have been on the phone with patients with cancer who need to come into hospital with life-threatening conditions such as sepsis, and I have been forced to tell them, “We have no beds here you need to go to another local A&E.” Responses such as, “Please doctor don’t make me go there, last time there were people backed up down the corridors,” break my heart.'


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THEGUARDIAN.COM|DE AISLINN MACKLIN

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