Wednesday, 26 January 2011

The Failure of the NHS

Why has the NHS failed? Why does it spend over £100 billion annually, and still struggle to meet the level of patient demand in the UK? Why is chronic disease (almost any chronic disease you wish to mention) at record, epidemic levels? Why is there constant managerial and structural changes to the NHS?

These questions have never been answered with any clarity or certainty. Do we need to spend more? Do we need to change the management structure again?

No! We need to stop spending money on a medical system that has failed, has always been a failure, and which will continue to fail. For those who want to look more deeply into this, go to the following website.

The Failure of Conventional Medicine