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He has done it before, and no doubt he will do it again. Just as I
complete my morning's work, and go to drink coffee from my Royal Wedding
mug, I decide a quick read of BMJ online is in order. Read Des Spence
yesterday (he is always first), so to Liam Farrell.
Aaargh! More envy. We histopathologists just dont have days like this, and
now I am 56 so far too late to retrain as a GP and move to Ireland.
Now he'll probably try to tell me it is fiction or metaphor, but I read
Balint as a student and know pretty special things happen in General