A Muslim professor has said that the NHS should start offering faith-based medical services! He's suggesting that the NHS should record your religion when you register with a doctor and then refer to Muslim leaders to decide what drugs can and can't be administered to people. Of course as a patient on the NHs every individual already has the right to ask about any drugs they are offered and request, for instance, a female doctor. This of course isn't good enough for power-crazed religious leaders. No - they need to have some sort of legal control over individuals.
Now remember these religions teach that man is given free will by God and must then choose his/her own path. So there should be no need to bully people in this way.
Furthermore within these religious groups many people have different ways of practicing their faith. So you would essentially have to register the exact denomination and how seriously they were practicing it - which could vary over time.
But finally I had a thought that perhaps religious people should be registered as such with the NHS. Wouldn't it make sense to prioritise treatment for atheists - who don't believe in life after death?