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  1. Junaid Nabi: Voting rights as a public health issue
    "Junaid Nabi: Voting rights as a public health issue – The BMJ"
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  2. Junaid Nabi: Voting rights are a public health issue
    "Junaid Nabi: Voting rights are a public health issue – The BMJ"
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  3. Richard Lehman’s journal review—24 July 2017
    "Richard Lehman’s journal review—24 July 2017 – The BMJ"
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  4. Chris Simms: Brexit and the vengeance of unintended consequences
    "Chris Simms: Brexit and the vengeance of unintended consequences – The BMJ"
  5. Jeffrey Aronson: When I use a word . . . Interconnectedness
    "Jeffrey Aronson: When I use a word . . . Interconnectedness – The BMJ"
  6. George Gillett: The case of Charlie Gard should make us question our attitudes to parental autonomy
    "George Gillett: The case of Charlie Gard should make us question our attitudes to parental autonomy – The BMJ"
  7. Kathleen Ruff: Climate change—UN fails to address industry influence
    "Kathleen Ruff: Climate change—UN fails to address industry influence – The BMJ"
  8. Ilona Kickbusch: Health diplomacy at the G20—success or failure?
    "Ilona Kickbusch: Health diplomacy at the G20—success or failure? – The BMJ"
  9. Jeave Reserva at al: Soft tissue fillers in aesthetic medicine
    "Jeave Reserva at al: Soft tissue fillers in aesthetic medicine – The BMJ"
  10. Richard Smith: How to advise a friend frightened by a medical headline?
    "Richard Smith: How to advise a friend frightened by a medical headline? – The BMJ"
  11. Neel Sharma and Kemparaju Hari Bhaskar: Complex presentations—surely it’s time for complex training?
    "Neel Sharma and Kemparaju Hari Bhaskar: Complex presentations—surely it’s time for complex training? – The BMJ"
  12. Enrico Coiera et al: First compute no harm
    "Enrico Coiera et al: First compute no harm – The BMJ"
  13. Michael Gill: The pace and scope of patient centricity is too slow and narrow
    "Michael Gill: The pace and scope of patient centricity is too slow and narrow – The BMJ"
  14. Michael Fell: Household smart meters could be used to monitor our health
    "Michael Fell: Household smart meters could be used to monitor our health – The BMJ"
  15. Kerryn Husk: Social prescribing offers huge potential but requires a nuanced evidence base
    "Kerryn Husk: Social prescribing offers huge potential but requires a nuanced evidence base – The BMJ"
  16. Emiliano Cristofaro: Genome data can never be fully anonymised
    "Emiliano Cristofaro: Genome data can never be fully anonymised – The BMJ"
  17. Kawaldip Sehmi: Is it time to develop a new specialism—migrant and refugee medicine?
    "Kawaldip Sehmi: Is it time to develop a new specialism—migrant and refugee medicine? – The BMJ"
  18. David Nicholl: Why I’ve changed my views on assisted dying
    "David Nicholl: Why I’ve changed my views on assisted dying – The BMJ"
  19. Richard Lehman’s journal review—17 July 2017
    "Richard Lehman’s journal review—17 July 2017 – The BMJ"
  20. Jeffrey Aronson: When I use a word . . . Parodies of resistential postmodernism
    "Jeffrey Aronson: When I use a word . . . Parodies of resistential postmodernism – The BMJ"
 
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