What Doctors Don't Tell You Australia/NZ


Nothing quite piques your desire to help create a new healthcare system more than seeing it fail your loved ones. When the problem lands on your doorstep, you know it’s time for change, not in a decade or a year, but today or tomorrow. In my case, the problem landed on my doorstep when my mother, at age 89, was failed by the UK National Health Service (NHS).

Failures in the system are everywhere; partial failure is actually the norm for most people. It’s

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