I could hardly believe your comment that you 'regard Britain’s universal free medical care with a kind of inspired awe' (WDDTY vol 13 no 3). There is nothing free about the NHS. We all pay for it through the nose,
Q My 59-year-old husband was prescribed Flixonase, an aqueous nasal spray for his asthma and sinus problems. After about 18 months, he started getting nosebleeds.
About a year ago, I was diagnosed with a heart condition called atrial fibrillation and prescribed 40 mg of verapamil three times a day. The heart specialist tried cardioversion (a short procedure
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