Commentary: In gun debate, physicians edge closer to front lines
Joe Cantlupe, for HealthLeaders Media, March 1, 2013
In light of the mass shootings at a Connecticut elementary school, the American Medical Association's chief decries the country's mental health system and wants physicians to have the right to question patients about gun use in their homes.
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