And that was 2010

08:24 EDT 28 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

In the final BMJ podcast of 2010, David Payne asks the Independent’s Jeremy Laurance about the year past, and BMJ authors how they feel going into the one ahead. Also, Adama Traore tells us about the work Save the Children are doing in Sierra Leone. The charity has been instrumental in implementing free healthcare for women and children there, and...

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