Stevenson, Jonathan
August 1994
New Republic;8/8/94, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p11
Focuses on the high quality of medical care in Northern Ireland resulting from years of bloody conflict in the country. Number of civilian casualties from paramilitary shootings and bombings since 1969; Expertise of doctors and nurses in the country; Background on the concept of locking-nail procedure practiced by physicians in Northern Ireland.


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