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Warnings cut road trauma, but at a cost

Med J Aust 2012; 197 (11): 622. || doi: 10.5694/mja12.11574

To the Editor: A news article in the 15 October issue of the Journal highlighted the contentious issue of doctors warning older patients that their driving skills may be impaired and the cost of such medical warnings1 — matters that had been raised in the New England Journal of Medicine2 and the BMJ.3

  • Paul Gerber

  • Melbourne, VIC.

Correspondence: paul.gerber1@bigpond.com

Competing interests:

I am an 88-year-old driver.

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