Ray Tallis

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Epilepsy in elderly people is far more common than many doctors realise. The prevalence and incidence are frequently underestimated due to underdiagnosis or misdiagnosis of the condition. As the proportion of older people in the population grows, the management of epilepsy in this population will become increasingly important. Elderly people are especially(More)
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It should be made clear that no attempts are being made to introduce euthanasia through parliament in England and Wales Ray Tallis retired professor of geriatric medicine, Stockport In a recent response to The BMJ the retired general practitioner Philip Hartropp raised a key point about the misleading nature of the leaflet from the campaigning group Care(More)
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