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"I'd have been here sooner if it hadn't been for early detection."
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"Look! Stem cells and Lipitor from Uncle Henri in Quebec."
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'Medicine needs research, and research needs people like you, Mrs Watts, to make sure they've got it right.'
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Sensor technology needs to more compact
"Don't be scared! I'm just wearing this old x-ray gear for throwback Thursday."
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'Veterinary medicine has come a long way since I was a boy.'
'You're six months late. I hope you brought a note from your doctor.'
'With robot-assisted microsurgery, I don't even have to be in the same room. I won't have to hear you screaming.'
"Would you prefer the artificial heart made by Venn-Trexx, or the generic, which costs a lot less?"
Day two at the ...Brain Transplant Institute
"Now they're saying 80 is the new 70. So, when's the new dead?"
The Importance of Medicine
'I think it's amazing that they were able to reattach a man's hand to his ankle.'
'He's worried that the 20 that changes is the 20 that he knows.'
'Forget it. Bioethics doesn't apply to us.'
'The bed bath technique, invented by Florence Nightingale, has been modified over the years.'
'Isn't medical progress marvellous? If we'd been sat here a hundred years ago, we'd be dead by now!'
Milestone in Medicine: 'Brand new high technology, Lampwick, I'm going to bleed you!'
'Stick out your tongue. I don't believe in any of the DNA nonsense.'
'I wonder how our ancestors managed without all our modern conveniences.'
'I'm sorry, but there are now 16,000 medical jounals, and I no longer have time to see any patients.'
'Wouldn't you say the survival of this patient is a true testimony to modern medical science?'
'Maybe we should freeze him, and hope that King's horses and King's men of the future will have the technology to put him back together again.'
'After we've given you a new heart we make you a ham sandwich!'
"With all these advances in medical science, why haven't they found a cure for hypochondria?"