Sting in the tale

08:13 EDT 28 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

This week we find out the best way to treat a Mesobuthus tamulus (indian red scorpion) sting. We also discuss the current state of healthcare in Iraq; and how Andrew Wakefield’s article linking the MMR vaccine and autism was not bad science, but deliberate fraud.

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