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Clash over obesity and operations
OBESE patients in the West Herts area could be denied NHS treatment according to a survey commissioned by Sky News.
The survey named the West Herts and East and North Herts Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) together with seven others in the country as denying joint replacements to seriously-overweight people.
(05-05-2007)
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