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Morris, Christine; Dunleavy, Natalie; Comeau, Pauline; Sibbald, Barbara
August 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;8/31/2004, Vol. 171 Issue 5, p440
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Presents news briefs related to health and medicine, as of August 2004. Visa requirements set for Canadian health care workers who plan to work in the U.S.; Physicians elected to the new Parliament in the June 28 federal election; Findings of a survey regarding the risk of young physicians for potentially deadly injuries from suture needles.


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