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Season 2017 / Episode 12 and airs on 30 March 2017 18:30
A news-magazine programme presented by Julie Etchingham.
Britain's health service is regarded as one of the best in the world, but what happens when the medics get it wrong? From serious misdiagnoses to surgical instruments left in bodies after operations, Jonathan Maitland investigates how mistakes can sometimes end up costing lives - and the NHS billions.
With households currently borrowing more than a billion pounds a month, Adam Shaw investigates whether Britain is heading for a new credit crunch.
Rageh Omaar reports on a growing humanitarian crisis as 20 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen teeter on the brink of famine. As the UN says the famines are the worst the world has experienced since 1945, this programme looks at what can be done to prevent scenes similar to those in 2011 when over a quarter of a million people died of starvation.
This winter has seen many of our hospitals pushed to the brink. Fiona Foster investigates what some are calling a crisis in frontline services, and reveals what other areas of the NHS could be at risk.
Jonathan Maitland investigates the latest groundbreaking science, looking at ways people might be able to look younger and live longer while remaining healthy, and asks if it is really possible to reverse the ageing process.
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