Health headlines: The BMA meeting, chlorine cancer link and malnutrition

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BMA meeting - The Daily Mail
Doctors deliver an 'embarrassing slapdown' to the health secretary at an emergency meeting in London. Doctors vote to axe Tory NHS reforms in embarrassing blow to Lansley

Chlorine and Cancer - The Daily Telegraph
Chemicals produced as a by-product of chlorine could mean swimming or excessive bathing increases the risk of bladder cancer, say experts.
Absorbing chlorinated water 'a cancer risk
'

Malnutrition - BBC
More than one in three people admitted to hospital across the UK are at risk of malnutrition, a survey reveals.
Third of patients admitted 'at risk of malnutrition'

 

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