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A recent case has illustrated the potential of global telemedicine.
It’s about continuous, life-long care., writes Dr Simon Young.
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Penalising unfortunate events is unlikely to improve the overall safety of the hospital.
Media reporting of medical breakthroughs is misleading and exclusively focussed on positive findings.
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