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Poll tax and preventive cardiology in Australia

V Michael Jelinek
Med J Aust 2010; 192 (2): 112.

To the Editor: Congratulations on the 21 September 2009 issue of the Journal, highlighting preventive cardiology in Australia.

V Michael Jelinek, Cardiologist
St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC.
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