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One in three cases of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia is asymptomatic

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Early this week, US President Donald Trump described the National Health Service (NHS) as “going broke and not working”. Although many were quick to criticise this as ‘fake news’, this description may hit too close to home for some in the NHS.

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