The absence of many voices in protest

Derek H Meyers
Med J Aust 2007; 186 (7): . || doi: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.2007.tb00955.x
Published online: 2 April 2007

To the Editor: Your statement that the present “grab for control [of Australian medicine] by governments” is unprecedented is not correct.1

  • Brisbane, QLD.

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  • 1. Van Der Weyden MB. The absence of many voices in protest. Med J Aust 2007; 186: 105. <MJA full text>
  • 2. Meyers D. Medicine and politics in Australia. Ann Intern Med 1973; 79: 602-603.
  • 3. Medical matters in parliament. The National Health Service Act. Med J Aust 1949; I: 162-183.
  • 4. The National Health Services Act and the medical profession of Australia [editorial]. Med J Aust 1949; I: 157-162.
  • 5. The meeting of the Federal Council. Med J Aust 1950; I: 235-236.


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