We thank Dr I.B. Shine for constant advice with the manuscript, The George Eliot Hospital Trust Library Staff for obtaining documents and Mrs L Brunton for efficient and patient word processing, Mr. Terry Salter for preparing the information for the website and Wilkinson Printers for printing this review.
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