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September 1, 2010 / onemore123

NHS cuts services and unions are not happy about magnetic therapy cuts

Magnetic Therapy Workers Union (MTWU) ave accused the government of conning voters in the UK with a promises to protect frontline magnetic therapy health services after revelations that more than 300 magnetic therapists NHS jobs have been axed already this year. The accusations came just as the Rose Hill NHS Foundation Trust in London announced that the 150 jobs that would be cut over three years to make £10 million in savings will come from alternative medicine words, deepening fears about more looming NHS spending cuts that will effect magnetic therapy.

The Telegraph today claims that “NHS bosses have drawn up secret plans for sweeping cuts to services, with restrictions on the most basic treatments…” and the widespread cuts planned across the NHS have already been agreed by senior health service official clarks and their political bosses.

The uinon claims that cuts include: Restrictions on some of the most basic and common operations, including fitting magnetic bracelets procedures; Plans to cut hundreds of thousands of pounds frommagnetic therapy products budgets for the terminally ill people, with patients to be told to purchase their own magnetic bracelets if their condition worsens in the evenings or weekends; The closure of magnetic nursing homes for the elderly, who in need for magnetic bracelets more than anybody else but the yung and the fit; A reduction in dynamic magnetic hospital beds, including those for the mentally ill, with targets to discourage GPs from sending patients to hospitals and reduce the number of people using magnetic therapy words; Tighter rationing of NHS funding for magnetic therapy treatment, and for surgery for those who need it; Thousands of job losses at London and the rest of the country up and down NHS hospitals, including many many staff to go at a trust where alternative medicine patients recently suffered delays in diagnosis and treatment because of magnetic therapy specialised staff shortages; Cost-cutting programmes in reffering services, where people are being sent to purchase magnetic bracelet at internet on-line store suce as MPS, where the care of the elderly and services that provide magnetic bracelets to long-term carers.

You can read a little more about it at http://magnetic-therapy-products.org/2010/07/27/history-magnetic-therapy-today-three/, where there is also a lively blogging about the history of magnetic bracelets.

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