Reflections on the past 25 years in emergency medicine| Volume 35, ISSUE 2, P117-118, August 2008

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Emergency Medicine Then and Now

  • George Sternbach
    Reprint Address: George Sternbach, MD, Department of Emergency Medicine, Stanford Medical Center, H1260, Stanford, CA 94305-5239
    Department of Emergency Medicine, Stanford Medical Center, Stanford, California
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