Health Headlines: Milburn on NHS 'car crash'; Lansley tells GPs to push on; cancer in obese teens

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Milburn attacks 'car crash' NHS - The Independent
Former health secretary Alan Milburn has branded the coalition's watered down NHS reforms the "biggest car crash" in the service's history.
Milburn slams 'car crash' NHS plans

Lansley tells GPs to continue with reforms - The Guardian
Health secretary says GPs can push ahead with new powers and budgets 'as and when they are ready'. NHS reform principles intact, Andrew Lansley insists

Cancer risk linked to teenage obesity- The Daily Telegraph
Men who were overweight at 18 are a third more likely to die from cancer in middle age, a new study suggests.
Teenage obesity increases later cancer risk

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