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Scottish ministers consider top-up drugs move

The Scottish Government is considering following the example of England and allowing patients to pay for drugs privately while still receiving NHS care.

UK Health Secretary Alan Johnson has overturned the ban that prevents patients paying for drugs while accessing NHS care.

Ministers at Holyrood are looking very carefully at the report that was released in England.

 

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