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Update – Chronic cough in children

This Update highlights the key points in the evaluation of chronic cough in children.

Opinion – Qualified to speak out?

Faced with extreme views on issues touching science, how far should society extend the right to freedom of speech?

Opinion – GPs and CJD diagnoses

Prion diseases continue to simultaneously fascinate and provide consternation to the medical and scientific communities.

New antibiotics needed

A call to arms to fight the ‘gathering storm' of antibiotic resistance.

Curbing gonorrhoea rates

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Qld doctors still wary of new contracts

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Dengue outbreak: AMA calls for independent doctors to investigate

AN OUTBREAK of dengue fever at the Australian detention centre on Nauru has led the...

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Chronic cough in children

Chronic cough in children

THIS Update highlights the key points in the evaluation of chronic cough in children. It emphasises the need to identify the aetiology and describes the various treatment modalities.

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Not qualified to speak out?

Not qualified to speak out?

FACED with extreme views on issues touching science, how far should society extend the right to freedom of speech?

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