A short presentation about the Importance of the Sentence

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A short presentation about the Importance of the Sentence

A short presentation about the Importance of the Sentence.

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An Interview with Dr Isabel Garau Llinás

An Interview with Dr Isabel Garau Llinás. She has worked in son Llatzer Hospital for the last 6 years but has a very wide experience of Medical Oncology, and she discusses her opinions about many topics within oncology ranging from the cancer registry to sex. It is essential viewing for all those interested in medicine….

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An Interview with Dr Isabel Garau Llinás

An Interview with Dr Isabel Garau Llinás.

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An Interview with Dr Antonia Galmés Truyols

 An Interview with Dr Antonia Galmés Truyols, Section head of  Epidemiology for the Balearic Islands

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An Interview with Dr Antonia Galmés Truyols

An Interview with Dr Antonia Galmés Truyols.

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A few ideas about the General strike and Doctors

This afternoon a doctor made a comment about the strike that got me thinking, and therefore I decided to pen a few ideas; and for this please excuse my excursion from the normal line of the blog. In two days the trade unions have called a general strike; the second in more or less one…

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A few ideas about the General strike and Doctors

A few ideas about the General strike and Doctors.

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Ben Goldacre: What doctors don’t know about the drugs they prescribe

An interesting video with Ben Goldacre, who unpicks dodgy scientific claims made by scaremongering journalists, dubious government reports, pharmaceutical corporations, PR companies and quacks. As he says “Positive findings are around twice as likely to be published as negative findings. This is a cancer at the core of evidence-based medicine” You can watch the video with subtitles…

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