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Stephen A. Hoffmann

Restraining doctors isn't the answer

By Stephen A. Hoffmann
June 29, 2006

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MANY ARE AWARE of the obstacles patients and physicians have to contend with in pursuit of quality healthcare. A watershed moment came for me last year when I diagnosed liver cancer in a 23-year-old man. No one wearing a clinical hat would disagree that this young man's future hinged on what a PET scan would show -- whether the cancer ... (Full article: 590 words)

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