A hundred years ago: ‘Pensionitis’ in a seaman. Practitioner 2015;259 (1783):29

‘Pensionitis’ in a seaman

22 Jun 2015Pais-up subscribers

In reporting him unfit I detailed the circumstances, and ventured to predict that, after receiving his pension, he would be at work within six months…[And] that was the exact period at which he did in fact return to work, with, of course, his pension of twenty-five shillings a week for life!

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