why the NHS isn’t so bad…

This article from the NYTimes is an illuminating discourse into what US psychiatry is like. The author describes himself as a psychopharmacologist and clearly is used to treating symptoms with medication. For all the faults of the NHS, this kind of approach in psychiatry is rare. No wonder healthcare costs so much in the States. Not just drug bills, but also a different doctor for every facet of illness.

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