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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Owen Dyer;
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    Publisher: BMJ

    A team of scientists sent to Wuhan, China, by the World Health Organization to investigate the origins of the covid-19 pandemic has effectively ruled out the hypothesis of a viral escape from the nearby Wuhan Institute of Virology. It was “extremely unlikely” that the l...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    David Oliver;
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    Publisher: BMJ

    I want to set the record straight about some serious misinformation surrounding covid-19 death certification and mortality statistics. I will paraphrase some of the claims that I have heard repeatedly in the media: “People are not dying from, but with, covid-19.” “Death...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Rammya Mathew;
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    Publisher: BMJ

    During the covid-19 pandemic most healthcare professionals have been going into work as we have always done. Amid the long days, the busier shifts, and the darkness that this pandemic has cast over us, we have been privileged enough to be able to get up every day, come ...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Helen Jones;
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    Consultant dermatologist Tanya Bleiker talks to Helen Jones about how she has developed her career by seizing every opportunity that has come her way

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    Lawrence Weir Bain; Sophie Dear; Catherine Clifford; Janet Cole;
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    Angus Howard Weir Bain was the son and brother of general practitioners. He was educated at Epsom College. On qualifying he completed national service as a captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps in Egypt. He did house physician and house surgeon roles in Grimsby and Ep...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Gareth Iacobucci;
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    Publisher: BMJ

    Well, yes. But the term contagion can also refer to situations in which ideas spread from one place to another. Which brings us neatly on to Matt Hancock. No, not this time. England’s health secretary has in fact revealed that the UK’s swift response to rolling out a va...

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    Ravi Misra;
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    Prem Chandra Misra arrived in the UK in 1968 and specialised in psychiatry. He met his future wife, Sandhya (a fellow psychiatrist), while working in Bolton in 1969. They subsequently settled in …

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    Hiten G Sheth;
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    Gyandev Punyadev Sheth was born in India. He and his wife, Jyotika, moved to England in 1973 after initial ophthalmology training in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. He spent further happy years in training posts in England (Wolverhampton and Exeter), Wales (St Asaph), and Scotland ...

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    Darren Ward;
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    Shaun Michael Gravestock was born on 13 May 1962 and grew up in County Durham in the north east of England. After qualifying, he moved to London to join the St George’s psychiatry training rotation …

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    John Illman;
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    Credit: NBC News In a medical letter in 2015 that was littered with unprecedented hyperbole, Harold Bornstein apparently wrote: “If elected, Mr Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.” More than two years later...

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