13. Oct, 2017

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I don't see why they have to do this the only ones it is hurting yet again are those who don't pay for prescription. My doctor always askes if I pay and if he doesn't then the chemist tells you if you can buy cheaper over the counter. As for travel injections I am 50/50 on that I guess it is because I could never afford to go to these places that you need them. I also do not know a lot about them I am sure someone will let me know if you need proof you have had these injection and if not are people going to risk there health if they have to pay and would that not cost the NHS more if they don't.

NHS prescriptions may soon stop including painkillers, travel jabs, gluten-free foods and omega-3 supplements. Here are the 10 treatments under review
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