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Researchers surveyed more than 27,000 nine to 18-year-olds across the country earlier this year ahead of the controversial plans to jab healthy secondary school pupils. [Read More]
Martin Marshall, chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, said UK practices were battling staffing issues and increased demand due to delayed diagnoses during the... [Read More]
Top doctors today fought back against calls for face-to-face GP appointments to become the default again, claiming that it was 'undeliverable'. The Royal College of General... [Read More]
There were fears that AstraZeneca's jab would not be recognised by American border officials when transatlantic travel is relaxed for the fully-jabbed from November. [Read More]
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