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Hi. As a physician, this kind of thing really upsets me. I ALWAYS made sure that I called my patients MYSELF, even at dinnertime, with the results of important lab tests. I couldn’t stand the idea of a pregnant woman having to wait over the weekend for important information about themselves and their babies.

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