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Discovery Health and Netcare are challenging the decision by the Council for Medical Schemes to stop the sale of prepaid vouchersPHOTO: istock
Discovery Health and Netcare are challenging the decision by the Council for Medical Schemes to stop the sale of prepaid vouchersPHOTO: istock

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Discovery Health and Netcare are continuing to sell their prepaid vouchers for private doctor visits despite a decision by the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) that they must refund consumers’ money.

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