Points from Letters: Sudden Death in Infancy

G. A. Mobbs
1974 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
389 Our members remain equally loyal to the B.M.A. and to the principle of having a single negotiating body for the profession. The consultants have sufficient cause for dismay without the additional doubt as to whether the B.M.A. is fully capable of representing their views. We urge the Association at this timne to discuss again the requests of the H.C.S.A. in the hope that the consultants' present conflict of allegiance wiL be resolved.-We are, etc.,
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