Sometimes a computer malfunction helps, rather than hinders, a medical career. You can ask Dr Duncan MacKinnon, who on…
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Recently, while I was performing a breast exam on a patient who is a healthcare professional, she admitted that she had a…
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It was July 1955. I was 10-years old and had just returned from a fantastic beach holiday with my grandparents in the north…
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In my pre-computer youth, I used to love reading the ‘Laughter is the best medicine’ section in the old Readers’ Digest. As…
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This last week has been quite a week for me … a double whammy of anxiety. There were the US elections that seemed to be a…
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It was 3am on a Sunday morning in the operating theatre of Tara District Hospital sometime in the spring of 1978.  As I…
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After returning from my busy GP locum in Tasmania — where I was received with open arms and much appreciation as an…
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