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Don’t Surrender

By NIRAN AL-AGBA, MD Independent physicians are at the beginning of a challenging movement as we fight to stay relevant and solvent during the transition of health care from independence to “regulation without representation”.   In 1773, British Parliament passed the Tea Act with the objective to help the struggling British East India Company survive. Opposition
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