Shaping good health as teens outgrow pediatrician
A new report by the National Research Council and Institute of Medicine finds that too many adolescents are falling through the cracks of the nation's healthcare system. The report finds that few doctors specialize in adolescents' complex needs, or provide comprehensive care that earns their trust.
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