Journal of the New Zealand Medical Association, 26-August-2005, Vol 118 No 1221
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Breast cancer screening in New Zealand
The pain epidemic: some proposed solutions
Breast cancer screening for women aged 40 to 49 years—what does the evidence mean for New Zealand?
Musculoskeletal pain in the adult New Zealand population: prevalence and impact
Informed consent for vascular intervention
Clinical trials in New Zealand—treading water in the knowledge wave?
Local recurrence in patients with synchronous or metachronous colorectal liver metastases—is there a difference?
Prospects for cancer control: colorectal cancer
What is the most appropriate breast-cancer screening interval for women aged 45 to 49 years in New Zealand?
Myocarditis in a patient with Campylobacter infection
Remote trauma to spleen during pelvic laparoscopy
Co-locating primary care facilities within emergency departments: brilliant innovation or unwelcome intervention into clinical care?
PHARMAC and long-acting insulin analogues: a poor man’s insulin pump—but not available to the poor man
100 Years Ago in the NZMJ
Human instincts, normal and pathological: the religious instinct
Selected excerpts from Methuselah
PHARMAC responds on salbutamol
Lead poisoning due to ingestion of Indian herbal remedies: a response to the case report by Roche et al
Violence against women in New Zealand
Politicians and tobacco control in New Zealand: a brief three-year audit
Dennis Geoffrey Bonham
Heart Foundation Grants Awarded July 2005
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