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This month's articles include: The changing face of Australian general practice across the decades, From medical gaze to statistical person: Historical reflections on evidence-based and personalised medicine, A historical account of the doctor’s bag
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Simon A Koblar BMBS, PhD, FRACP, is Associate Professor, University of Adelaide, School of Medicine, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Director, Stroke Research Programme, University of Adelaide, Schools of Medicine, Medical Science and Molecular Biomedical Science, and Basil Hetzel Institute for Medical Research, Senior Consultant Neurologist, Stroke Physician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Neurology Unit, Stroke Unit, and Clinical Adviser, Centre for Stem Cell Research, Robinson Institute, University of Adelaide, South Australia.
Elaine S Leung, M Anne Hamilton-Bruce, Simon A Koblar
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