Welsh Assembly candidates target inequalities in health

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Abstract

Health will take up a substantial slice of the Welsh Assembly's budget, almost a third of the [pound sign]7.5bn ($12bn) to be spent annually. It has been a major issue in the campaign for the 6 May elections; high on the agenda of problems to be tackled are the length of hospital waiting lists, inequalities in health, the closure of hospital beds, and threats to community hospitals. Roger Dobson reports

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