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MEDICINE TODAY Reader Opinion Survey - June 2018

As in previous years, we are seeking your feedback about the content of Medicine Today. Your advice is vital to ensure we continue to provide sound, reliable clinical information to keep you up to date with best practice.

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Please rate the following articles in this edition of Medicine Today in terms of their interest to you. EXCELLENT GOOD FAIR POOR VERY POOR
PEER REVIEWED FEATURE ARTICLES *
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1. Heart murmur in a child: is it innocent or pathological? *
2. Haemangiomas: treating those that won’t fade away *
PEER REVIEWED REGULAR SERIES *
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3. OPHTHALMOLOGY CLINIC Eye floaters: usually inconsequential but a big nuisance *
4. THERAPEUTICS CLINIC Biologics: new therapy for dermatitis *
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