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Hospital cleaning practices go under the microscope and it is common to find them out in the open to the consumer, as they are often in hospitals. This article is based on a recent report which was published in International Journal of Health Research by the International Center for Cancer Research (ICCR), the UK’s leading cancer research and advisory body. Their analysis showed that:

* The amount of waste, not to mention the health risks, of the NHS toilets has doubled, the findings revealed.

* In 2001, more than 700,000 of the toilets in England and Wales were clean. As the number has risen ever since, the number of people who have died from falling through the cracks in sanitary water pipes has risen by two thirds.

* By 2011 the estimated number of sewage users in h바카라사이트ospitals increased from 2.4 million to 5 million. The figures also show that almost 60 per cent of London’s toilets have not been cleaned for at least 20 years.

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