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Doctors:  "A burnt out workforce."

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GPs warn face-to-face appointments plan could lead to exodus of doctors
'A burnt-out workforce' / GPs warn face-to-face appointments plan could lead to exodus of doctors
British Medical Association says blueprint could exacerbate GP shortage and see many leave the profession
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