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Letters Knife crime as a public health matter

Those most at risk of involvement in knife crime are the least likely to have any interactions with a GP

BMJ 2019; 367 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l5791 (Published 01 October 2019) Cite this as: BMJ 2019;367:l5791

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Oct 20192127219
Nov 2019115277
Dec 2019552916
Jan 20201002511
Feb 202092197
Mar 202054309
May 202063116
Jun 202011474
Jul 2020243113
Aug 20206962
Sep 20203185
Oct 2020842011
Nov 202063156
Dec 20202672
Jan 202154116
Feb 202127126
Mar 202166142
Apr 20212950
May 20212322
Jun 20212810
Jul 20213054
Aug 20214213
Sep 20212010
Oct 20212810
Nov 20216182
Dec 20212363
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Feb 20223640
Mar 20223373
Apr 20225377
May 20222650
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Jul 20221581
Aug 20222040
Sep 202220123
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Nov 202244120
Dec 20223100
Jan 20231164
Feb 2023520
Mar 20231782
Apr 20231961
May 2023631
Jun 2023700
Jul 20231564
Aug 2023510
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Oct 20231200
Nov 2023420
Dec 2023720
Jan 20242460
Feb 20242421
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