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Medical heat for climate change

Richard F Kefford
Med J Aust 2006; 184 (11): 582.

Australian doctors have a particular responsibility in the fight to achieve urgent international reductions in carbon dioxide emissions

Richard F Kefford, MB BS, FRACP, PhD, Director,1 and Professor of Medicine2
1 Westmead Institute for Cancer Research, Westmead Hospital, Sydney, NSW.
2 University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.
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