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Apps and Recommendation Scrips Could Save UK's NHS £1.5bn A Year, Says PAGB

Executive Summary

The Proprietary Association of Great Britain (PAGB) responds to the NHS Long Term Plan, suggesting that supporting self-care through health apps and recommendation prescriptions for OTCs could save the UK's health service over £1.5bn a year.

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