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Did your doctor disappear without a word? A noncompete clause could be the reason

By The New York Times  
   March 15, 2019

When Don Cue developed a bladder infection last fall, he called his longtime urologist’s office for a urine culture and antibiotics. It was a familiar routine for the two-time prostate cancer survivor; infections were not uncommon since he began using a catheter that connects to his bladder through an incision in his abdomen.

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