Health Headlines: IVF postcode lottery, poor neurological care and doctors to identify terrorists

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IVF 'postcode lottery' - The BBC
More than 70% of NHS trusts and care providers are ignoring official guidance on offering infertile couples three chances at IVF, according to MPs.
MPs condemn NHS regional variation in IVF provision

Poor neurological care - The Scotsman
Patients with conditions such as migraine, epilepsy and Parkinson's disease are being given inadequate care.
Neurology care 'poor, patchy and inefficient'

Doctors asked to identify terrorists - The Guardian
Doctors and other health professionals will be asked to identify people who are 'vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism' as part of the government's redrawn counter-terrorism programme.
Doctors asked to identify potential terrorists under government plans

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