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BRITAIN'S NHS

07/27/2012 04:49 EDT | Updated 09/25/2012 05:12 EDT
In Britain, you'll often hear gripes about waiting lists, wards and distant dates for operations. But don't read too much into that. There's little the country cherishes more than its National Health Service — introduced as a free health care system after World War II. That tribute just now at the opening ceremony will have gone down very well in the UK.

— Ian Phillips — Twitter — http://twitter.com/phillipsian

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