Frustration over healthcare system erupts in medical journal
Cleveland Plain Dealer, September 24, 2008
The Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine is causing a stir nationwide, as an essay looks to turn anger toward the direction of the medical profession into solutions to fix it. Particularly drawing ire is a section that says modern physicians should be working to keep patients out of medical centers.
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