Tuesday, November 29, 2005

BBC on top-class Swedish health care

So, it is time again to say thanks to Jon for brining the latest news: BBC News Online has a very interesting article about Swedish health care, telling us that ”cancer survival rates, infant mortality and life expectancy figures all outstrip many of its European neighbours.” The conclusion of the article is that even though health can be even better in Sweden (of course), the country I am so proud of has top-class health care, and Britain (and the NHS) has a lot to learn. Read the whole article here, and through Jon I also learnt that BBC News Online published another article about Sweden recently, so here you can read more about biogas in Linköping. So, long live Swedish welfare, and long live the ambition to make our societies sustainable. And thanks Jon for bringing the news.


Blogger Anna, Fair and True said...

Someone (can't remember who) wrote about this article in today's DN as well but didn't end on such a positive note. I think I'm going to switch to SvD soon...

29/11/05 13:28  
Blogger Eric Sundström said...

You are not the only one...!

30/11/05 09:56  

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