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February 15, 2008


George E. Bourguignon, Jr.

Probing doctor-patient communications is the interesting possible affect of this decision, as the post aptly points out. One more point for needing to know all of the facts and thinking about all possible ramifications of the facts, in order to find a claim that could be missed.

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