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More thoughts on primary care and all that other care

Spend time talking with non-medical friends and acquaintances.  Ask them about their medical experiences.  Imagine what they want, or ask them what they want. People want to feel that their physician has spent adequate time talking, examining and explaining.  They want to look into the physician’s eyes.  They want the best possible care, but caring […]
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