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Tuesday, April 19, 2016


Arnold Simmel

Obviously, State Medical Societies and Specialty Boards have a responsibility to check on the qualifications of their members. State licensing boards are, I supposed the highest authorities, th at should rely heavily on state Boards and Specialty groups--=but all of these have a responsibility to see to it that doctors know their stuff

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