Bringing dermatology expertise to a Nepali clinic
‘Visitors may choose to avoid this area as it is highly malarious and is in the heart of Maoist activity’, read the sign as I left the airport. Hardly the most auspicious welcome to two weeks working in Nepal. Certainly, it was enough to make me ponder whether the reply of interest I had sent in response to a British Association of Dermatology (BAD) circular requesting voluntary dermatologists had been an error.
Dermatology in practice 2004; 12(1): 27–30
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