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Author Index - Cyberdoc

Cyberdoc was Adrian Warnock, a locum SHO in psychiatry based in London

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - winter 2002)

Diane Pretty The Diane Pretty case holds personal interest for Cyberdoc as a member of our church, who died only recently, had also been suffering from Motor Neurone Disease. Using a computer and email to communicate she spoke of her faith in God to the end and valued her life as...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - autumn 2001)

Missionary Doctors I wrote this piece with the terrible news of planes being flown into American buildings echoing in my ears. My thoughts were going out to by our American doctor colleagues with the horrors they no doubt were facing. I heard early reports of imminent and significant retaliation being...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - summer 2001)

Jehovah Witnesses and Blood The Associated Jehovah's Witnesses for Reform on Blood (AJWRB) website is fascinating. It is written by some current Jehovah's Witnesses (including some serving elders) and others who have left. It has the feel of a secret society warning its members to be cautious as one brother...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - spring 2001)

Vocation The internet remains a rather strange place. Weeks and even months can go by when you become so used to it that you almost start to think that it is like the 'normal' world. Then all of a sudden you are confronted with how different it really is. Take...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - winter 2001)

Virginity In the light of Trevor Stammer's editorial, searching the web for articles on being a virgin might be seen as a risky business. Always the intrepid web explorer, I ignored links to Richard Branson's company, pages about Mary's perpetual virginity (whatever that is) and sites displaying explicit pornography. 'Virgin...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - autumn 2000)

Cyberdoc reviews cloning online... The material about cloning on the CMF website can be located either through their site index or the ethics homepage, by following the genetic link. Included is their 1998 submission on ‘Cloning issues in reproduction, science and medicine’ to the Human Genetics Advisory Forum (HGAC) and Human...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - summer 2000)

Cyberdoc reviews homosexuality online... Homosexuality remains a controversial subject amongst Christians. The electronic version of the British Medical Journal contains a veritable avalanche of e-letters mostly by Christian doctors in response to a 1998 personal view by Sheard (BMJ 1998;317: 1532 (28 November)). This claimed that Christian doctors who believed homosexuality...

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The Top Ten Christian Healthcare Websites (triple helix - spring 2000)

10. CHRISTIANS IN CARING PROFESSIONS Christians in Caring Professions. Aside from providing minimal information about this group, this site is mainly interesting for its links page. Even this is not extensive. The internet is treated by too many as a flyer advertising a group. Most surfers are looking for a little...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - winter 1999)

6 billion people - a cause for celebration or commiseration? The The Population Research Bureau site makes no secret of its views. Medical abortion is advocated as an answer to this crisis on its front page. Although there seem to be pages of information I cannot bring myself to hang...

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RevieWWWs with Cyberdoc (triple helix - autumn 1999)

Cyberdoc reviews the Internet on healthcare strikes The BMA junior doctors site is not surprisingly one of the most useful on this subject on the Internet. The only criticism is that it seems to focus too much on doctor readers and could be more welcoming to non-medical readers. The site has...

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