Dishonesty in Medical Research

@article{Wilmshurst2007DishonestyIM,
  title={Dishonesty in Medical Research},
  author={Peter T Wilmshurst},
  journal={Medico-Legal Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={75},
  pages={12 - 3}
}
The President: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. We are in for another treat. Having had dinner this evening with our speaker, Dr Peter Wilmshurst, I can assure you that he is a man of many parts. He is a cardiologist at Shrewsbury and was formerly at St Thomas's. I think he has been irritated by the comments in the media about expert witnesses, because he said to me in an e-mail, " I will justify my ability to speak on this subject during the course of the talk. " He is going to speak on… 
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