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Members of the Lords debated the NHS’s role in learning from and promoting medical and scientific research, clinical teaching, health care delivery and social enterprise and cohesion on 25 June
Members with experience and expertise as doctors, nurses, scientific advisors, NHS management and patients spoke about subjects including regulation, research, funding, ethics and standards.
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