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Instead, the doctor informed her that he had also removed one of her fallopian tubes and that she could expect to have difficulty conceiving if she wanted to have more children.
Sridhar wasn’t at all surprised that Israel just imposed a new lockdown, or that Madrid — where doctors are calling the situation “March in slow motion” — is also resorting to lockdown measures.
A very popular example is that it’s virtually impossible to rank a website providing medical advice without an actual doctor writing the articles.
In other words, the original suggestion that people not wear masks derived at least to some extent from the inability of the government to provide sufficient protective equipment to doctors and nurses.
She says that her dream of becoming a doctor and helping people wasn’t possible at the time, but now she feels like a doctor and is so proud to be part of helping people.
So, as a doctor, I’m sure, unless your patients are totally atypical, that you have a lot of experience with noncompliance.
Vaccines like Oxford’s are being developed rapidly because of the coordinated efforts of large international teams of scientists and doctors.
Tara Zandvliet was once the vaccine-exemption doctor of choice in San Diego.
Many doctors believe patients with those conditions are actually at greater risk than others when they don’t receive vaccinations.
How little did he divine that the letter of the doctor was called forth by a communication from the countess-dowager.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD

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