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The art of medicine is slowly being pushed out. Is that a good thing?

08:00 EDT 16 Apr 2018 | KevinMD

One late evening on pediatrics call, a frantic young couple brought in their few weeks old baby. She had spiked a fever which refused to go down and was fussier than normal. The cause of her symptoms could have been anything — at best, a mild respiratory infection, in which case we would simply watch […]

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