Journal of the New Zealand Medical Association, 22-August-2003, Vol 116 No 1180
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A summary of the original articles featured in this issue of the NZMJ
New Zealand deserves better. Direct-to-consumer advertising (DTCA) of prescription medicines in New Zealand: for health or for profit?
Direct-to-consumer advertising - where does the public interest lie?
What do we need to do to reduce smoking among teenagers?
Haemophilia treatment: where to from here? Have the risks increased?
Smoke-free schools? Results of a secondary school smoking policies survey 2002
The challenge arising from the cost of haemophilia care: an audit of haemophilia treatment at Auckland Hospital
Screening for diabetic retinopathy using the mobile retinal camera: the Waikato experience
Differential prescribing of inhaled corticosteroids in New Zealand general practice
Necrotising fasciitis in neonates: a multidisciplinary approach
Who attends an outpatient eye clinic and how do they get there?
Long-term maternal outcome after pregnancy in women with diabetic nephropathy
100 Years Ago in the NZMJ
Inebriety as a disease
Proceedings of the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Continuing Education Committee Anaesthetists in New Zealand, Wednesday 18 to Friday 20 September 2002
The nitty gritty testicle
Selected excerpts from Methuselah
Post-dural-puncture headache in a seven-month-old boy?
Migration, mobility and the exposure fallacy: an issue for New Zealand
Hubert Douglas John Lovell-Smith (Hugh)
James Aitken Baird
Medical Benevolent Fund
ABC of diabetes (5th edition), Peter Watkins
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