We continue Michael Schneir's fascinating series on distractions in medical and scientific writing, this time concentrating on non-pronoun-induced backtracking with adverbs, verbs, and nouns. This sounds a little fearsome, but the concepts are straightforward and, as ever, Michael gives us elegant solutions.
Sirisha Bulusu provides sound advice on the preparation of congress abstracts. This will be followed up by a second part in our next issue.
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