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November 2000
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);11/18/2000, Vol. 321 Issue 7271, p1242
Academic Journal
Presents medicine-related news briefs as of November 18, 2000. Opposition of the British Medical Association (BMA) to the abolition of health councils; Number of women in Great Britain that exceed suggested alcohol consumption levels; Increased funding in Great Britain for the treatment of patients with cancer and coronary heart disease; Others.


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