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Is listening through a stethoscope a dying art?

By Dr. Gary Paul Blanchard
Globe Correspondent / May 25, 2004

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For nearly 200 years, doctors have confidently slung stethoscopes around their necks, and listened to hearts flutter, bowels rumble, and blocked arteries swoosh. (Full Article: 927 Words)

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