Could Disease-Detecting Toilets Solve the NHS Bed Crisis? | Loose Women

Could disease-detecting toilets solve the nhs bed crisis? | loose women

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This week the Health Secretary, Steve Barclay, has suggested that new technology used in the toilet could help doctors spot diseases early. But how would you feel about your loo spying on you? Is this a step too far or a necessary step needed to take pressure off the NHS? And as pressure mounts on our GPs, how easy is it to get an appointment at your local surgery?

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From series 26, broadcast on 29/11/22

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