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“It”: At the Will of the Body: Reflections on Illness
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Why We Get Sick: the New Science of Darwinian Medicine.
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The importance of stories.
  • I. Cameron
  • Medicine
  • Canadian family physician Medecin de famille…
  • 2011
Part of my story is in British Columbia. When my wife, Bev, and I began our nursing and medical careers together, we went as far as you can go in British Columbia and 40 miles farther—the QueenExpand
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Severe hepatic necrosis associated with methyldopa.
Family physicians should carefully follow their patients receiving methyldopa for liver toxicity. Methyldopa is commonly used in treating hypertension and its hepatotoxic potential is frequentlyExpand
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The book of westerns
Film critics and academics examine American Westerns during the period 1939 to the present, analyzing classic films and discussing issues such as masculinity and machismo in Westerns; the Westerns ofExpand
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My boy John that went to sea
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Teenage drinking in South-West Scotland.
Summary By the age of fourteen most children have tasted alcohol. There is a suggestion that drinking behaviour starts wry early within the family home and progresses in a common manner throughExpand
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The relationship between dextran precipitable fibrinogen and 170H corticosteroid levels in psychotic subjects.
(Received 7 December 1966) FESSEL [l] in an investigation of the precipitate formed when dextran solution is added to plasma obtained from patients with a wide range of psychiatric diagnoses,Expand
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The importance of stories: Getting to know your patients better.
  • I. Cameron
  • Medicine
  • Canadian family physician Medecin de famille…
  • 1 December 1991
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Psychomotor Assessment of the Effects of Haloperidol
The psychomotor behaviour of 10 patients showing good therapeutic response to Haloperidol was studied. An attempt was made to outline a method for distinguishing therapeutic response fromExpand
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