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Patients asked to travel for treatment in NHS 'final push' to 'virtually eliminate two-year waiters'

Sky News Sunday, 26 June 2022
Patients asked to travel for treatment in NHS 'final push' to 'virtually eliminate two-year waiters'People waiting two or more years for a medical procedure are being encouraged to seek treatment in a different part of the country where services aren't so stretched.
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