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Why Reading 'The Patient's Playbook' Will Change And Save Your Life

published on I just finished "The Patient's Playbook" by Leslie Michelson. Everyone needs to read this book.  Patients need to read The Patient's Playbook because it provides any patient with an empowered approach to patient care. Family members and friends need to read this book because it provides invaluable tools in how to help their loved one advocate for care, and support them in the most proactive way possible.
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