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Correspondence to: Dr. Heather Murray, Department of Emergency Medicine, Queen’s University, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, 76 Stuart St, Kingston, ON K7L 3Y9, Canada; Email: murrayh@KGH.KARI.NET
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