Health Headlines: Lansley plays down changes, heart disease and home care

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Lansley plays down changes - Guardian
Health secretary Andrew Lansley has played down the significance of the changes to the health reforms, outlining that the ‘fundamental principles’ remain intact.
NHS reform principles intact, Andrew Lansley insists


Heart disease - The Daily Telegraph
Heart disease has overtaken breast cancer to become the leading cause of death for older people, a study has found.
Heart disease beats breast cancer as the biggest killer


Home care – BBC
The human rights of older people receiving care at home are being overlooked, an inquiry by the Equality and Human Rights Commission has found.
Home care elderly's human rights 'not protected'

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