Human services in the UK has been a political football for quite a long time. Regardless of the consistent mantra that the NHS is the "envy of the world", everybody knows there are issues. In my clinical zone – maternity mind – the Morecambe Bay embarrassment, where birthing assistance was observed to be truly sub-standard, and the way that the UK has determinedly high rates of pre-term birth, uncover that all isn't well.
Bhawri Devi, an illiterate Indian labourer, thought she was dying when she started to lose her hearing last month.
She went to a government hospital near her remote village in the western state of Rajasthan to be treated, but it did not have a specialist doctor.
The nearest private hospital was in the neighbouring state of Gujarat, and Devi was told her treatment, middle ear surgery, would cost about 50,000 rupees (£557) there.
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