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The Exam Room

When touching's OK; when it's not

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By Dr. Victoria McEvoy
April 28, 2008

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Recent reports that Dr. Melvin Levine, a prominent pediatrician and author, stands accused of molesting young male patients while working at Children's Hospital Boston has led to a collective gasp among the local healthcare community. While he denies the allegations, the report struck a chord of vulnerability for both doctors and patients. (Full article: 813 words)

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