Radio 4 Interview: You and Yours

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Nearly six million people in England are now waiting longer to have routine hospital treatment on the NHS. It's the largest number of patients waiting since records began in 2007. It means that more people are giving up on the NHS and and paying for treatment abroad. We speak to Phillip Toader, who got two hip operations done in Lithuania, and Professor Neil Lunt from York University about the risks involved with getting treatment overseas.

Presenter: Winifred Robinson
Producer: Tara Holmes
Period19 Jan 2021
Degree of RecognitionNational


  • Medical treatment abroad