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Stress at pharmacies

More money for medical care

Published torsdag 5 maj 2011 kl 10.22

Sweden is spending more and more money on medical care - according to the Stockholm newspaper Dagens Nyheter.

Medical expense for health care and hospitalization has increased by 70 per cent between the years 1993 and 2008.

The paper is launching a series of articles describing some of the short-coming of the medical system in this Nordic nation despite the increase in resources.

The paper is launching a series of articles describing some of the short-coming of the medical system in this Nordic nation despite the increase in resources.

Meanwhile, in other medical news, employees in the state and private pharmacies are reported to be experiencing increasing stress and fears of handing out the wrong medicines to customers ever since a number of state companies were sold to private hands a year ago.

This is blamed on increased duties and personnel stretched to cover the increased number of pharmacies and the longer opening hours.

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