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Daily Herald
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
Daily Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 3 minutes ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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New Kerala
Bacteria can block mosquitoes from transmitting Zika virus - newkerala.com #84506stop the spread of Zika virus, said Matthew Aliota, scientist at the University
Bacteria can block mosquitoes from transmitting Zika virus - newkerala.com #84506
New Kerala / Posted 4 minutes ago
stop the spread of Zika virus, said Matthew Aliota, scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) and first author of the study. The findings were reported in the journal Scientific Reports. Wolbachia can... Read more
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New Kerala
Most fertility app not reliable - newkerala.com #84480an evidence-based FABM. "Only six apps had either a perfect score on accuracy
Most fertility app not reliable - newkerala.com #84480
New Kerala / Posted 4 minutes ago
an evidence-based FABM. "Only six apps had either a perfect score on accuracy or no false negatives (days of fertility classified as infertile)," the researchers wrote. The study is published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medic... Read more
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DW
Mauritius braces itself for climate change |to a biodiversity hotspot. Biodiversity ensures our survival on this planet. We
Mauritius braces itself for climate change |
DW / Posted 12 minutes ago
to a biodiversity hotspot. Biodiversity ensures our survival on this planet. We have to have recourse to biodiversity for medicine, for food, and everything else. And this represents 35 percent of the ecosystem services that vulnerable people... Read more
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The New Statesman
Poet Sir Geoffrey Hill dies aged 84It’s all very well to put a name to it, but we don’t have a clear understanding
Poet Sir Geoffrey Hill dies aged 84
The New Statesman / Posted 18 minutes ago
It’s all very well to put a name to it, but we don’t have a clear understanding of the mechanisms that cause it – or medicines to battle it. Alzheimer’s drugs have a high rate of failure. In the decade to 2012, 99.6 per cent of newly... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Baylor College Of Medicine To Study Zika PatientsHOUSTON (AP) – The Baylor College of Medicine will lead a study of patients inf
Baylor College Of Medicine To Study Zika Patients
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 21 minutes ago
HOUSTON (AP) – The Baylor College of Medicine will lead a study of patients infected with the Zika virus under a grant from the National Institutes of Health. In a statement Thursday, the Houston medical school said its Vaccine Treatment and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Did Prince's doctors help star get drugs which led to his overdose?and convince him to come to Recovery Without Walls in Mill Valley. That was the
Did Prince's doctors help star get drugs which led to his overdose?
Daily Mail / Posted 21 minutes ago
and convince him to come to Recovery Without Walls in Mill Valley. That was the plan'. Stuart Gitlow, an addiction medicine expert speaking without direct knowledge of Prince's case, questioned whether Dr Kornfeld and his son acted... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 25 minutes ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Mother sues food supplement supplier over daughter's deathsupplements. The FDA deputy secretary-general Paisarn Dunkhum said mucuna prur
Mother sues food supplement supplier over daughter's death
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 27 minutes ago
supplements. The FDA deputy secretary-general Paisarn Dunkhum said mucuna pruriens seeds can still be used as traditional medicine to promote positive feelings and improve sex drive. Mucuna pruriens had been used for centuries in Indian herbal... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 33 minutes ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
More efficient and comprehensive NMR profiling module for detailed lipoprotein subclass analysis announced by BrukerCVD. It was developed in collaboration with Professor Nauck, the Head of the In
More efficient and comprehensive NMR profiling module for detailed lipoprotein subclass analysis announced by Bruker
News-Medical-Net / Posted 34 minutes ago
CVD. It was developed in collaboration with Professor Nauck, the Head of the Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine at Greifswald University in Germany. Lipoproteins play an important role in the body’s function, and further... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Advances in inhaled drug delivery: an interview with Dr Robert ClarkeDr. Clarke has over a dozen years industry and over 20 years total experience f
Advances in inhaled drug delivery: an interview with Dr Robert Clarke
News-Medical-Net / Posted 34 minutes ago
Dr. Clarke has over a dozen years industry and over 20 years total experience focused on pulmonary drug delivery and the role of inhaled particles in respiratory biology and medicine leading to co-authorship of over 80 chapters, papers, and abstrac... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Scholarship honors longtime KishHealth employee's serviceJaclyn Zielke, has worked in the health care field for 20 years and for KishHea
Scholarship honors longtime KishHealth employee's service
Daily Chronicle / Posted 34 minutes ago
Jaclyn Zielke, has worked in the health care field for 20 years and for KishHealth System, now part of Northwestern Medicine, since 2006. She currently is an obstetrical technician in the maternity suites department at Valley West Hospital... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 36 minutes ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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WA Today
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth fundsRegenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth funds
WA Today / Posted 37 minutes ago
Regenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital, this time some of Melbourne's high net worth families who have agreed to invest up to $120 million via David Lamm's from Kentgrove Capital, which handles funds of the... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
What’s the harm? Cupping editionThere are so many ridiculous alternative medicine treatments being “integrated”
What’s the harm? Cupping edition
ScienceBlogs / Posted 40 minutes ago
There are so many ridiculous alternative medicine treatments being “integrated” via “integrative” medicine into medicine, no matter how ridiculous they are, that it’s not only hard to believe, but it’s hard to keep track. Homeopathy is, of course,... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 41 minutes ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 41 minutes ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Woman's pet dog gave her a life-threatening infectionscratch marks, inflammation or broken skin. She did own a pet Italian greyhoun
Woman's pet dog gave her a life-threatening infection
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 44 minutes ago
scratch marks, inflammation or broken skin. She did own a pet Italian greyhound, reported doctors from the Department of Medicine for the Elderly at the University College London Hospitals who wrote up the case report. They titled their paper,... Read more
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The Advocate
No, More Guns Won't Make LGBT Spaces Saferfour times more likely to be shot or murdered if they were in possession of a g
No, More Guns Won't Make LGBT Spaces Safer
The Advocate / Posted 52 minutes ago
four times more likely to be shot or murdered if they were in possession of a gun. According to The Journal of Preventive Medicine, 4.1 percent of crime victims were injured after brandishing a firearm, compared to 2.4 percent of victims who ran... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth fundsRegenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth funds
Canberra Times / Posted 56 minutes ago
Regenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital, this time some of Melbourne's high net worth families who have agreed to invest up to $120 million via David Lamm's from Kentgrove Capital, which handles funds of the... Read more
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The Scientist
What Causes Type 2 Diabetes?test some of these novel approaches that have begun to show promise. Barbara E
What Causes Type 2 Diabetes?
The Scientist / Posted 58 minutes ago
test some of these novel approaches that have begun to show promise. Barbara E. Corkey is Zoltan Kohn Professor of Medicine, Director of the Obesity Research Center and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Medicine at Boston... Read more
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The Scientist
Immune Cell–Stem Cell Cooperationstructures, such as hair? These and other questions are the target of ongoing
Immune Cell–Stem Cell Cooperation
The Scientist / Posted 58 minutes ago
structures, such as hair? These and other questions are the target of ongoing research in the field of regenerative medicine. But what we do know, and have known for nearly half a century, is that stem cells are crucial players. Stem cells... Read more
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PhysOrg
Gene amplification – the fast track to infectionCredit: Umeå University Researchers at Umeå Centre for Microbial Research (UCM
Gene amplification – the fast track to infection
PhysOrg / Posted an hour ago
Credit: Umeå University Researchers at Umeå Centre for Microbial Research (UCMR), The Laboratory for Molecular Infection Medicine Sweden (MIMS) at the Department of Molecular Biology first performed infection experiments in cell cultures with... Read more
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Herald Sun
Young star leaping toward Olympic successwork comprising sprints and building core strength in the gym. Recovery include
Young star leaping toward Olympic success
Herald Sun / Posted an hour ago
work comprising sprints and building core strength in the gym. Recovery includes yoga, water therapy, and, being a Chinese medicine devotee, acupuncture and cupping. She also avoids eating gluten and limits sugar and dairy. She says she’s remained... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Istanbul terror attack: These are the victimsson originally said he was going to Switzerland for an internship — and was tak
Istanbul terror attack: These are the victims
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted an hour ago
son originally said he was going to Switzerland for an internship — and was taking his wife. But Anwar, who studied medicine for a time, contacted his family months later to say he had joined ISIS as a medic but wanted out, Gannoun... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Several new Indiana laws now in effect, including a change to Sunday alcohol salessaid Bruce Scifres, football coach for Roncalli High School. Starting Friday,
Several new Indiana laws now in effect, including a change to Sunday alcohol sales
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted an hour ago
said Bruce Scifres, football coach for Roncalli High School. Starting Friday, pharmacists can deny the sale of cold medicine to customers they believe are illicit drug makers. Those customers will need to go to a doctor and get a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Another Queensland miner diagnosed with black lung diseasekilled 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: Univ
Another Queensland miner diagnosed with black lung disease
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet The latest patient is a 39-year-old man who worked at Bowen Basin mines in central Queensland over... Read more
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The Morning Call
Kate Ranieri: Supreme Court abortion ruling supports women's rightsdecision, vindicating women's constitutional rights, also reaffirmed the legiti
Kate Ranieri: Supreme Court abortion ruling supports women's rights
The Morning Call / Posted an hour ago
decision, vindicating women's constitutional rights, also reaffirmed the legitimacy of laws based on evidence-based medicine rather than politically informed hearsay. But there is still much to do to right the wrongs of past legal decisions... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth fundsRegenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth funds
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Regenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital, this time some of Melbourne's high net worth families who have agreed to invest up to $120 million via David Lamm's from Kentgrove Capital, which handles funds of the... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
This Is What Happened To My Brain When I Spent More Time In Naturehas now shown that there are multiple health benefits to spending time in natur
This Is What Happened To My Brain When I Spent More Time In Nature
Fast Company Magazine / Posted an hour ago
has now shown that there are multiple health benefits to spending time in nature. Sara L. Warber, MD, professor of family medicine at the University of Michigan and an honorary associate professor at the European Centre for Environment and Human... Read more
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The Age
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth fundsSilviu Itescu, the chief executive of Mesoblast, a company developing stem-cell
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth funds
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Silviu Itescu, the chief executive of Mesoblast, a company developing stem-cell treatment Photo: Luis Ascui Regenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital, this time some of Melbourne's high net worth families who... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth fundsSilviu Itescu, the chief executive of Mesoblast, a company developing stem-cell
Mesoblast moves to tap private wealth funds
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Silviu Itescu, the chief executive of Mesoblast, a company developing stem-cell treatment Photo: Luis Ascui Regenerative medicine company Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital, this time some of Melbourne's high net worth families who... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Young star leaping toward Olympic successwork comprising sprints and building core strength in the gym. Recovery include
Young star leaping toward Olympic success
Daily Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
work comprising sprints and building core strength in the gym. Recovery includes yoga, water therapy, and, being a Chinese medicine devotee, acupuncture and cupping. She also avoids eating gluten and limits sugar and dairy. She says she’s remained... Read more
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The Hill
Welcoming transgender troops is delicate task for militaryAbout 65 troops annually would seek to transition, according to RAND. An analy
Welcoming transgender troops is delicate task for military
The Hill / Posted an hour ago
About 65 troops annually would seek to transition, according to RAND. An analysis published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2015 found that medical costs for gender transitions would be about $5.6 million annually. That analysis was... Read more
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Farming Life
NI vet is first in Ireland to be accredited as a Certified Aquaculture VeterinarianAquatic Veterinarian Certification Programme seeks to identify the core compete
NI vet is first in Ireland to be accredited as a Certified Aquaculture Veterinarian
Farming Life / Posted an hour ago
Aquatic Veterinarian Certification Programme seeks to identify the core competencies needed to practice aquatic veterinary medicine, and to recognize those veterinarians that have acquired the necessary knowledge, skills and experience through a... Read more
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Philly.com
Get moving: 'It will save your life'activities at least three days a week. "The human body is supposed to do thing
Get moving: 'It will save your life'
Philly.com / Posted an hour ago
activities at least three days a week. "The human body is supposed to do things," said Alfred Bove, emeritus professor of medicine at Temple University. "We're not supposed to just sit around all day." Daniel Edmundowicz, cardiology chief at... Read more
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Salon.com
Istanbul airport attack victims mourned, honored, praisedof three. “There is no justice,” said daughter Oznur Buzakci tas she waited to
Istanbul airport attack victims mourned, honored, praised
Salon.com / Posted an hour ago
of three. “There is no justice,” said daughter Oznur Buzakci tas she waited to retrieve her father’s body from the Forensic Medicine Institute. Wrapped in a Turkish flag, his coffin was brought before the Taxi Drivers’ Cooperative for a memorial... Read more
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The Financial Express
Research in India: Make-in-India will take time, this has taken offand over half a million staffers. The R&D ranges from automobiles to artificia
Research in India: Make-in-India will take time, this has taken off
The Financial Express / Posted an hour ago
and over half a million staffers. The R&D ranges from automobiles to artificial intelligence, communications to computers, medicine to medical equipment, and a lot more and, in many cases, the India operations are the second-largest after the home... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operationa spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operation
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 hours ago
a spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to suspend doctors from practising medicine, on this occasion it had decided Dr Petr did not pose a risk to the public if he practised under the conditions... Read more
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ABC News
Istanbul Airport Attack Victims Mourned, Honored, Praisedof three. "There is no justice," said daughter Oznur Buzakci tas she waited to
Istanbul Airport Attack Victims Mourned, Honored, Praised
ABC News / Posted 2 hours ago
of three. "There is no justice," said daughter Oznur Buzakci tas she waited to retrieve her father's body from the Forensic Medicine Institute. Wrapped in a Turkish flag, his coffin was brought before the Taxi Drivers' Cooperative for a memorial... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killinggroup. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion
Plight of African lions persists 1 year after Cecil killing
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 2 hours ago
group. Conservationists are also increasingly concerned about the use of lion bones to replace tiger bones in traditional medicine in parts of Asia, as well as for use in ceremonies in some African countries. Hunter, the Panthera president, said... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Yellow Fever - Are We Repeating Mistakes of Ebola?aggravated by a lack of trust and poor access to health care services, with muc
Yellow Fever - Are We Repeating Mistakes of Ebola?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
aggravated by a lack of trust and poor access to health care services, with much of the population relying on traditional medicine or private clinics. Where surveillance is happening, it is often hampered by a lack of laboratory capacity, which,... Read more
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The North West Star
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operationa spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operation
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
a spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to suspend doctors from practising medicine, on this occasion it had decided Dr Petr did not pose a risk to the public if he practised under the conditions... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
James ‘Jack’ L. Frostwhere he was a member of a national championship lacrosse team and graduated in
James ‘Jack’ L. Frost
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 2 hours ago
where he was a member of a national championship lacrosse team and graduated in 1953. Jack went to Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. After his internship and residency at Hopkins, Jack served three years in the U.S. Air Force stationed at South... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operationa spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operation
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 hours ago
a spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to suspend doctors from practising medicine, on this occasion it had decided Dr Petr did not pose a risk to the public if he practised under the conditions... Read more
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The Border Mail
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operationa spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operation
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
a spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to suspend doctors from practising medicine, on this occasion it had decided Dr Petr did not pose a risk to the public if he practised under the conditions... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operationa spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operation
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
a spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to suspend doctors from practising medicine, on this occasion it had decided Dr Petr did not pose a risk to the public if he practised under the conditions... Read more
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The Courier
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operationa spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to
Anaesthetist caught drunk during operation
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
a spokesman for the NSW Medical Council said that although it had the power to suspend doctors from practising medicine, on this occasion it had decided Dr Petr did not pose a risk to the public if he practised under the conditions... Read more
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