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Acting against discrimination

Steve Kinrade, BA (Hons), RGN, Dip Sexual Health.Patient Information Officer, Royal Liverpool Hospital and Broadgreen University Hospital TrustMuch is debated and written about service delivery in the NHS. It is constantly on political, economic and social agendas. However, in light of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, does the NHS discriminate against disabled members of our society when they are in need of the services it offers?

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