Demonstrators hold placards on the picket line outside Sandwell General Hospital in West Bromwich, central England, on January 12, 2016, during a strike by junior doctors. AFP PHOTO/PAUL ELLIS
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Tens of thousands of junior doctors in England went on strike Tuesday, causing major disruption to hospitals across the country in the first walkout of its kind for 40 years.There are more than 55,000 junior doctors in Britain, making up a third of the medical workforce.Monday, British Prime Minister David Cameron appealed to junior doctors to call off what he said was an unnecessary strike which would cause "real difficulties" to the NHS.The NHS has so far postponed 4,000 routine treatments due to the ongoing strike.
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