Real and imaginary halitosis.

  title={Real and imaginary halitosis.},
  author={Colin Hawkins},
  journal={British medical journal},
  volume={294 6566},
government is emphasising cost containment is difficult. Some believe that the solution rests in a greater federal commitment to a comprehensive and equitable health care system; others are less confident in the government's ability to develop cost effective systems that are not open to abuse. The discussion will surely continue, but discussions and reports alone will not make the problem go away. 

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