By staff writers

July 6, 2018 -- Dr. Adrian Dixon, emeritus professor of radiology at the University of Cambridge, shared key personal experiences he had with the U.K. National Health Service (NHS) in a recent blog post for the British Institute of Radiology.

Dixon has trained and worked at various NHS hospitals since the 1970s and also received care as a patient at these hospitals on multiple occasions. His post highlights a long list of interactions with NHS, including training at Nottingham General Hospital, working as a research fellow at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and developing the body CT program for Cambridge University Hospitals NHS radiology departments.

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