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... hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide and crippled parts of Britain's National Health Service, leading to thousands of canceled appointments and operations. The National Health ...
... Party Manifesto aims at lower Immigration, raise tax-free personal allowance, increases National Health Service (NHS) funding. Middle-class pensioners would not be taxed if assets are ...
... professionals across England to participate in clinical research studies throughout the National Health Service (NHS). "We are excited and proud to be included in the ...
... LONDON — Britain’s National Health Service, put in place by the country’s post-World War II Labour government, ...
... The National Health Service challenge facing the Prime Minister is not an easy one. From ...
... patients. The sale to Bastide Group has been approved by the National Health Service. Commenting on the sale, Charlie Troup, Managing Partner at Duke Street, ...
... was the case for a cross-party Royal Commission approach to the National Health Service, as Nick Timothy advocated in this space recently, better demonstrated than ...
... Pritchard remembers July 5 1948, the first day of the new National Health Service. At the time, he was a 30-year-old assistant registrar working at ...
... indeed — covering everything from medical records held by the UK’s National Health Service to employment, welfare and other highly sensitive data held by the ...
... But it is typical. Other countries have single-payer systems, like Britain’s National Health Service, that negotiate with drug companies or governments that exert price controls. ...
... at last. As people return spluttering from their Christmas holidays, the National Health Service is entering its busiest time of the year. On January 3rd ...
... LONDON — A day after denying that the National Health Service was facing a crisis, Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain apologized ...
... be less likely to provide misleading information.Reducing emergency room visitsThe U.K.'s National Health Service (NHS) is also trying out a chatbot that asks people a ...
... "disappointing" and "frustrating" for those affected. But she insisted that Britain's National Health Service is "better prepared for this winter than ever before." On Tuesday ...
... nonurgent surgeries until the end of the month. Cuts to the National Health Service budget in Britain have left hospitals stretched over the winter for ...
... The UK’s taxpayer-funded National Health Service is considering setting up more mobile stations in cities to take ...
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... to investigate alleged ties between Russia and Trump's presidential campaign. The National Health Service was the victim of a vermiform global ransomware infection that locked ...
... wait a year.) 3. Across the pond, the head of Britain’s National Health Service had a message for partygoers: “N.H.S. doesn’t stand for ‘National Hangover ...
... the same two-year period. Lives lost, families devastated. Welcome to the National Health Service, where all too often the passage from cradle to grave is ...
... do so with partners." WannaCry crippled parts of the Britain's state-run National Health Service and compromised companies such as FedEx Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. ...
... agreed to fund an additional clinical study with the United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS) to further support its marketing initiatives. UroShieldâ„¢ is an ultrasound-based ...
... again and expecting a different outcome. He could have been describing the NHS. This great national institution celebrates its 70th anniversary next year and is ...
... 2017 in BMJ Open - warns of the risks to the National Health Service as a quarter of nurses in England were found to be ...
... Bartholomew's Hospital London and trained in cardiovascular medicine in the UK's National Health Service (NSF). In addition to Cocoon, she serves as chair of the ...
... that held hostage computers in 150 countries in May, including Britain’s National Health Service? Or a similar and perhaps even worse attack that hit countries ...
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