Health care in London risks a financially "unsustainable" future, if changes to the way it's organised aren't implemented urgently.
That's the warning today from a leading health think-tank.It claims government reforms introduced in April leave the capital's health service at risk of "incoherence and inconsistency".This report from Ria Chjatterjee.
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