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What happens when the private sector plans hospital services for the NHS. An increase in hospital beds is not necessarily the best investment



What happens when the private sector plans hospital services for the NHS. An increase in hospital beds is not necessarily the best investment



BMJ 314(7094): 1620, 1621




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