Reporting Scotland ‘detectives’ think they’ve found a ‘dysfunctional department.’ They have.

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Reporting Scotland ‘detectives’ think they’ve found a ‘dysfunctional department.’ They have.

On Reporting Scotland last night, from Jackie Bird: ‘A health watchdog has criticised NHS Tayside after breast cancer patients were given lower doses of chemotherapy than patients in other parts of Scotland. Healthcare improvement Scotland say patients should have been informed about the differences in their treatment.’ Based on one whistle-blower and ‘some’ unidentified staff sources. We do hear that the consultant team made the decision to reduce the dosage because they thought it was in the best interests of…

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Reporting Scotland ‘detectives’ think they’ve found a ‘dysfunctional department.’ They have.