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Surprise!? Doctors' offices not neutral turf when it comes to treatment on politicized health issues

A new study from Yale University researchers published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has found that political affiliation makes a difference in what  treatment physicians decide to use in politically charged health matters such as abortion, marijuana use, and firearms in the home. In matters that are not politicized— say, anxiety and depression—regardless  of their  partisan alignment, physicians choose similar treatments for patients.
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