Royal College of Physicians

The British public is unwaveringly in support of greater end of life choice – but medical bodies lag behind their members on this issue
The public rightly expects candour from health professions, and frankly, at the moment, it’s just not possible to reassure patients that their care won’t be negatively impacted by the UK exit from the EU.
“Just say no” has given half a century of moral satisfaction to its proponents but now it’s time to assess the cost
The investigation could later cover people who have died under the doctor's care.
The specific accusations made against WHO are too numerous to list here, and I will outline only three. Firstly, there is proof of serious malpractice. WHO seems to have developed a collective allergy to innovative health solutions.
More must be done to improve the efficiency of the NHS and address the "budget crisis" affecting it as people enjoy longer
Every year approximately 1400 people die from asthma in the UK, more than the number of deaths from asthma in Austria, Finland
No intervention for obesity has been proven to produce clinically significant and sustainable weight loss in the medium- to long-term. Not diet, not exercise, not behavioural interventions, not even bariatric surgery.
Hospitals are so full that elderly patients are being discharged in the middle of the night and routine blood tests are being