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The “Chest Clinic” has landed!

This issue of Thorax sees the birth of ‘Chest Clinic’, a new section of Thorax dealing with clinically relevant material of interest to practising Chest Physicians, both adult and paediatric. We will be publishing short updates of major BTS guidelines; audit projects, particularly if of national or international appeal; brief summaries of the protocols of ongoing or shortly to start key clinical trials; various formats of clinical case-based discussions; opinion pieces; Clinical Science for the Chest Physician; Images in Thorax; and Pulmonary Puzzles. We are delighted that David Halpin and Nick Maskell have agreed to join our team of Associate Editors and support the development of Chest Clinic. We hope this section will inform, entertain and stimulate constructive debate without detracting from the main function of Thorax as an international scientific journal. The success of Chest Clinic does depend on active support of our readers and a steady stream of excellent contributions. If you have an idea for this section, please email us. We'd particularly like to hear from …

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