Safety comes second

10:09 EDT 28 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

Last week saw Safety 2010, the international conference on preventable accidents. We hear from some of the speakers there why safety comes second when it comes to global health. Also this week, female sexual dysfunction - fact or fiction. In advance of a BMJ debate on the topic, we get to the heart of the issue.

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