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Correction notice This article has been amended since it was first published online. Rosamond Rhodes was originally spelt Rosamund Rhodes.
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↵There is also a geographical version of this query. Is US medicine really the same profession as UK, Indian or Papuan medicine?
↵This argument also has a geographical version. Health care and legal systems differ considerably and this is likely to make a difference in the potential risks and benefits of some medical services which might necessitate different professional ethics.
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