Australia: Similar but No Mirror Image

Dunlop, Iain S.
November 2001
Review of Ophthalmology;Nov2001, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p138
Trade Publication
Examines the surgical and medical practices in Sydney, Australia. Establishment of multiclinic laser chains; Provision of right to free medical care in public hospitals; Management of the cost of private health insurance.


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