prescription charges


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prescription charges

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The new poll was carried out for the Prescription Charges Coalition of more than 40 health charities, which campaigns to abolish prescription charges for those with long-term conditions.
The Prescription Charges Coalition campaign group is calling on Parliament to provide free prescriptions for everyone in England.
Also, take note of what they don't say, bearing in mind that Gordon Brown, in one of the leaders' debates, had to drag out of a head-bowed David Cameron a promise not to introduce prescription charges for pensioners.
A TOTAL of [euro]312million in prescription charges have been collected from medical card patients since 2011 - despite the Government pledging to abolish the levy.
I'VE long argued patients liable for prescription charges should also pay PS8.
Dr Andrew Green, chair of the BMA's subcommittee on prescription charges, said: "It's unfair that what patients pay for prescriptions varies depending on which part of the UK they live.
We believe the best solution is for prescription charges to be abolished entirely in England, as they have been in elsewhere in the UK.
HEALTH Minister Edwin Poots is preparing to launch a public consultation to bring back prescription charges.
She has stated that if they get into power they would provide an extra 1000 nurses and midwives which will be paid for by restoring the prescription charges - but children, pensioners, pregnant women and the poor will be exempt.
IN APRIL 2007, Wales became the first country in the UK to abolish prescription charges.
Summary: Prescription charges in England will rise 20p to Au7.
Because from April 1 (April Fool's Day) the only people paying for NHS prescription charges is us mugs - the English