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(Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan) The average primary care doctor needs to work six more hours a day than they already do, in order to make sure their patients get all the preventive and early-detection care they deserve, a new study finds. Fortunately, the new study was written as a parody -- no one is asking doctors to work past midnight every night. At least, not yet.
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