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Mark was the Australian correspondent for The Lancet in the early and mid 90s. Following are articles he wrote for that London-based international medical journal.

Australian taxes 1993

Australian tobacco row 1994

Australians allow certain confidentiality breaches 1996

Blowhole jumping 1995

Bolam principle overturned 1992

Compensation for medically acquired AIDS 1992

Breast cancer funding in Australia 1994

Detention of sociopaths 1992

Cricketer fined for antismoking advert 1994

Doctors threaten to walk out 1993

Environmental rights 1994

Election time 1993

Federal funding for outpatients 1992

Epidemic of hearing loss predicted 1994

Flucloxacillin warning 1994

For or against euthanasia 1992

General practice strategy 1992

Healthcare policy changes 1994

Health funding in Australia 1994

McBride guilty of scientific fraud 1993

Medically-acquired HIV 1994

Medicare agreement signed 1993

Medicare levy rise proposed 1994

National health policy 1993

NHMRC review 1994

Northern Territory to debate euthanasia 1995

Passive smoking prosecution 1993

Priscilla Kincaid-Smith 1994

Private health insurance in Australia 1994

RACP on doctors’ links with drug industry 1994

Proposals for Australian health insurance reforms 1994

Reform is a slight rise in tax 1992

Research funding stand-off 1992

Rehabilitation of doctors 1993

Return to 19th-century mental welfare law 1993

Social health atlas 1992

Transmission of hepatitis C via anaesthetic tubing 1994

Unappetising choice faces Australian voters 1996

Unexpected cut in research funds 1992

Vaccine for Japanese B encephalitis in Australia 1994

Visiting medical officers settlement 1993

William McBride’s penalty 1993


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