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  1. What is Lhermitte's sign?

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  2. More Mice in Nature

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  3. Warts after Fingo

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  4. Prescribing habits in the UK

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  5. Social prescribing survey

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  6. Advent 3

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  7. T cells are not all bad

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  8. Social Medicine and Social Prescribing

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  9. The issue of alemtuzumab

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  10. Advent 2

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  11. Advent calendar 1

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  12. Unrelated Comments & Questions - December 2018

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