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Volume 34, Number 11

December 2005

Making $ense of Growth Hormone Therapy for Normal Short Children

The advent of recombinant growth hormone 20 years ago, which led to increased, albeit expensive, supplies of growth hormone (GH) in the market, has...

The Inaugural Centennial Lecture: Celebrating Milestones Achieved and Pondering the Road Ahead

I am deeply conscious of the conspicuous honour of being invited to deliver the inaugural Centennial Lecture. This lecture has been specially established to...

2005 Runme Shaw Memorial Lecture: Training Doctors for the 21st Century – A Global Perspective

Over the last 200 years, Western medicine has gradually spread across the globe, and has either been replaced or become integrated with traditional systems...

2005 Galloway Memorial Lecture: Breast Phyllodes Tumours – Morphology and Beyond

The clinical behaviour of phyllodes tumours (PTs) of the breast is difficult to predict.1-5 While histological features have been traditionally used as predictors of...

2005 Distinguished Academician Lecture: Evolution of Postgraduate Medical Education in Singapore – Role of Professional Associations

Postgraduate medical education in Singapore may be regarded as having begun in 1910, when the first batch of doctors graduated from the Straits and...