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Vol 111, No 11 (2021) When cells become medicines: A South African perspective Abstract   PDF
I M Viljoen, M S Pepper
 
Vol 95, No 8 (2005) When compassion grows wings Details   PDF
Chris Bateman
 
Vol 111, No 4 (2021) When culture, traditions and public health clash: A paradigm shift urgently needed to stem the spread of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe Abstract   PDF
T Dzinamarira, G Musuka
 
Vol 110, No 9 (2020) When do adolescent mothers return to school? Timing across rural and urban South Africa Abstract   PDF
J Jochim, A K Groves, L D Cluver
 
Vol 103, No 12 (2013) When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests. By Leana Wen and Joshua Kosowsky. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2013. ISBN: 9780312594916. Details   PDF   HTML
David Mordechai Favara
 
Vol 104, No 7 (2014) When is the right time? Complex issues around withdrawing life-sustaining treatment in children Abstract   PDF
Julia Ambler
 
Vol 106, No 8 (2016) When may doctors give nurses telephonic treatment instructions? Abstract   PDF
David Jan McQuoid-Mason
 
Vol 112, No 3 (2022) When secrecy and expert advice collide in a pandemic: Access to information and the National Department of Health’s tardy publication of Ministerial Advisory Committee advisories Abstract   PDF   PDF
M Richter, Y Nokhepheyi, F Hassan
 
Vol 97, No 6 (2007) When should antiretroviral treatment be started in patients with HIV-associated tuberculosis in South Africa? Details   PDF
Stephen D Lawn, Robin Wood
 
Vol 107, No 6 (2017) When students become patients: TB disease among medical undergraduates in Cape Town, South Africa Abstract   PDF
Helene-Mari van der Westhuizen, Angela Dramowski
 
Vol 108, No 11 (2018) When the Office of Health Standards Compliance inspector knocks: What do I do? Abstract   PDF
H J van As
 
Vol 96, No 1 (2006) When thunder roars - go indoors! Details   PDF
Ryan Blumenthal
 
Vol 110, No 9 (2020) When to start treatment? Dilemma illustrated by a paediatric case of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis of the central nervous system Abstract   PDF
R M S Gigi, H L Rieder, N Padayatchi
 
Vol 109, No 11 (2019) When to transfuse: Red blood cell and platelet transfusion thresholds in clinical practice Abstract   PDF
C E Menard, M Seftel, A Ponnampalam, R Zarychanski
 
Vol 103, No 1 (2013) When will we escape from the medical funding industry's 'spin'? Details   PDF   HTML
Leon Groenveld
 
Vol 106, No 4 (2016) Where are the males? Diversity, proportionality and Health Sciences admissions Abstract   PDF
David Benatar
 
Vol 110, No 5 (2020) Where are we in the battle of ending tuberculosis in children and adolescents in South Africa? Abstract   PDF
K du Preez, J A Seddon, H S Schaaf, A C Hessling
 
Vol 106, No 4 (2016) Where are we now? Details   PDF
Bridget Farham
 
Vol 106, No 4 (2016) Where do children die and what are the causes? Under-5 deaths in the Metro West geographical service area of the Western Cape, South Africa, 2011 Abstract   PDF
Amy Elizabeth Reid, Michael K Hendricks, Pam Groenewald, Debbie Bradshaw
 
Vol 97, No 6 (2007) Where have all the diabetics gone? Details   PDF
W F Mollentze, J M M Koning
 
Vol 95, No 6 (2005) Where have all the doctors gone? Career choices of Wits medical graduates Details   PDF
Max Price, Renay Weiner
 
Vol 101, No 5 (2011) Where have all the flowers gone? Details   PDF
JP van Niekerk
 
Vol 101, No 8 (2011) Where have all the flowers gone? Abstract   PDF   HTML
Sergei V Jargin
 
Vol 106, No 6 (2016) Where have all the gun deaths gone? Abstract   PDF
Richard Matzopoulos, Pamela Groenewald, Naeemah Abrahams, Debbie Bradshaw
 
Vol 112, No 5 (2022) Where have we come from and where are we going? The paediatric HIV programme in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 2004 to 2018: A retrospective analysis of programme trends Abstract   PDF
J L Dunlop, R R Lilian, C L Tait, M Mabitsi, H Struthers, J A McIntyre, K Rees
 
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