Journal of the New Zealand Medical Association, 30-January-2004, Vol 117 No 1188
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Going from bad to worse?
Ethnicity, acculturation and health: who’s to judge?
Illness beliefs and adherence in diabetes mellitus: a comparison between Tongan and European patients
Pregnancy planning by mothers of Pacific infants recently delivered at Middlemore Hospital
Regional variations in asthma hospitalisations among Maori and non-Maori
Motor vehicle traffic crashes involving Maori
Representative case series from public hospital admissions 1998 I: drug and related therapeutic adverse events
White-tailed spider bites - arachnophobic fallout?
Gouty tenosynovitis - more common than we think?
Thymoma and immunodeficiency
100 Years Ago in the NZMJ
More lust for operation
Selected excerpts from Methuselah
The Green Prescription
Chronic idiopathic singultus: is there life after cisapride?
Medical discipline - professional misconduct
Medical discipline - not guilty
Medical discipline - charge struck out
Alister Douglas George Bowron
The Hawke’s Bay Medical Research Foundation Inc: Medical Research and Study Grants
Multiple sclerosis: immunology, pathology, and pathophysiology, Robert M Henderson (ed)
Life on cripple creek: essays on living with multiple sclerosis, Dean Kramer
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