Letter to the Editor
AbstractTim McTighe’s comments are timely and apt in his article "Safety Issue of Hip Resurfacing". As a profession we struggle now more than ever with the tension between healthcare and practice of medicine. The former involves government policy, regulation, budgetary items and corporatization. The latter is the application of scientific knowledge and personal interaction to the art of healing. In the modern world it is difficult to have one without the other, but we must remain vigilant.
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