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Health minister slams DHBs for keeping cancer patients waiting for radiation

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Health minister slams DHBs for keeping cancer patients waiting for radiationHealth Minister David Clark has slammed District Health Boards for keeping cancer patients waiting an "unreasonable" time for radiation treatments. "I've been advised that far too many New Zealanders are experiencing unreasonable...
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