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Scrooge and intellectual property rights
Shooting down the NHS reform track
What stays constant at the heart of medicine
Mistletoe as a treatment for cancer
How Web 2.0 is changing medicine
Sword swallowing and its side effects
You’re not going to give me the umbrella, are you?
The teleconference
Why Danes are smug: comparative study of life satisfaction in the European Union
Phenotypic differences between male physicians, surgeons, and film stars: comparative study
Subcutaneous inflammation mimicking metastatic malignancy induced by injection of mistletoe extract
Time to stop sniffing the air: snapshot survey
A village medical mystery
A novel use for disposable laryngoscope blades
Grand Rounds
The mysterious death of Francesco I de’ Medici and Bianca Cappello: an arsenic murder?
“Veterinary” diagnosis of lead poisoning in pregnancy
The scientific meeting
Maggie’s Centres
Another reason for opening access to research
Startling technologies promise to transform medicine
Back to the future: how good are doctors at gazing in the crystal ball?
Searching historical herbal texts for potential new drugs
Getting new drugs to market: how individuals could do this without leaving their desks
Sir Victor Horsley—an inspiration
A multicolour chart for doctors
Why medicine inspires me: Better evidence, improved care
The greatest joy: the patient’s thanks
The certainty that we will know more
Living conditions
The challenging isle: a walk through Soho
Sri Lankan sanni masks: an ancient classification of disease
From a 16th century monastery to a 21st century orthopaedic hospital
Daisy the Doctor, Dr Dose, Dr Grizzly, Dr Amelia Bedelia, and colleagues
The team building day
Physicians in opera—reflection of medical history and public perception
Faints, fits, and fatalities from emotion in Shakespeare’s characters: survey of the canon
The night Bernard Shaw taught us a lesson
Christmases past in hospital