99 Questions You Should Ask Your Doctor and Why
Public concern about medical care is at an all-time high. 99 Questions Doctors Don't Want You to Ask and Why is a practical and realistic book that helps consumers understand doctor-patient relationships and the practice of medicine in America today. Keckley is founder of The Keckley Group, a health-care research firm based in Nashville, Tennessee.
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chapter one Medical Training and Experience 1 Is your license current?
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