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Suicide in doctors: a study of risk according to gender, seniority and specialty in medical practitioners in England and Wales, 1979–1995
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    Where did they belong?

    Dear Editor,

    I spent six long years in the UK, and following a "Hospital Doctor" report, requested the BMA to provide us with a list of the countries from which the junior doctors who committed suicide between 1991 to 1995 came from. It is felt that severe ill treatment of Indian/other overseas doctors by the NHS, may have led to this. Why are the British Government, the British Health Department, and the BMA...

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