Putting the records straight

'In the absence of an adequate system to record and monitor the numbers and circumstances of deaths, the detection of Shipman's high numbers of deaths was dependent on the chance of observations of individual practitioners or medical referees. . . they [medical referees] only have their own memories to help ...

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