Health headlines: No confidence in Lansley, surgery for diabetes and dental QOF

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No confidence in Lansley - Telegraph
The Health Secretary is facing a vote of no confidence from nurses.
Health secretary faces no confidence vote from nurses

Surgery for diabetes - Guardian
Half of those with type-2 diabetes show no sign of the disease after weight-loss surgery.
Obesity surgery helps treat diabetes, study finds

Dental QOF - BBC
Dentists in England will be paid for the quality of the treatment they give rather than the quantity.
Dentists switch to new pay system based on 'quality'


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