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Editor,—Should anyone decide to scrap secondary school education, one effect would be to make it near impossible for anyone to go to university. To axe clinical lecturer posts, as discussed in the alarming January 1997 editorial in the journal,1 would be an equally insane act, and would at a stroke virtually abolish recruitment into academic medicine.
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