Patients: There's waste in medicine, but my doctor is perfect
The results of a poll of 1,238 adults out from the Kaiser Family Foundation, NPR, and the Harvard School of Public Health is a sign that doctors have a sharp arrow in their quiver when it comes to shaping reform of the healthcare system: The public trusts them, according to this post from the Wall Street Journal Health Blog.
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