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Time has this habit of marching on, which I suppose is about a banal an observation as one can make. If you wonder what makes particular thoughts bubble to the surface when I write, you might guess that I'm reading a story which has a lot to say about time at the moment, and which has left me in reflective mode. I'm perhaps halfway through my career as a consultant—although who knows when I'll actually be able to retire. I've recently met, in clinic, the son of someone who I looked after in an earlier clinic. And I've met a couple of people, one now a consultant, who have told me that they remember being taught by me as a medical student.

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