It seems that Prime Minister David Cameron is taking a lot of pains to improve the condition of medical care in England. Not many days have passed when he announced that a research building will be set up at the place where London Olympics 2012 anti-doping test took place.
Yet another announcement has been made. This time, he wants to bring some changes in the NHS constitution. One of the main reasons for bring some amendments in the system is that the registered patients data could be used for research. However, full freedom will be given to patients, if they do not want to share their record in research.
It is one of the steps that has Cameron has taken to realize his dream of seeing England as world’s top most research centre. Cameron is in talks with the authorities concerned, and is taking all the steps that will ensure that things fall in right place.
"The government urgently needs to confirm that these proposals will not create a national database of everyone's DNA by the back door and legislate to put into law”, further affirmed Cameron. In all this while, he did not forget to thank the NHS, which will provide them the data needed.
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