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‘Messy’ approach to rationing healthcare losing legitimacy: New Nuffield Trust analysis

Press release 19/02/2015

Growing financial pressure on the NHS is exposing a lack of legitimacy in the way many decisions about rationing healthcare in England are made, according to the Nuffield Trust.

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The Cancer Drugs Fund: An important stopgap

Blog post 14/01/2015Duleep Allirajah

While the Cancer Drugs Fund is not perfect, it has gone some way to plugging a gap, argue Duleep Allirajah and Keyan Salarkia of Macmillan Cancer Research.

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We are in a hole with the Cancer Drugs Fund – why do we keep on digging?

Blog post 14/01/2015Eric Low OBE

The news that the Cancer Drugs Fund was to be extended into 2016 delighted its proponents. However, it raised huge concerns for those that could see its obvious flaws.

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The Cancer Drugs Fund: a question of value(s)

Blog post 13/01/2015Helen Crump

NHS England’s announcement yesterday on the future of the Cancer Drugs Fund has reignited an important debate about how to understand ‘value’ in relation to NHS services. Here, Helen Crump suggests a way forward.

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