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A long-established relationship with a patient and a good rapport with the family can save your neck in a crisis. On the other hand, a very enthusiastic academic colleague who tells the patient and relatives that a finding was missed in a previous X-Ray can pave the way for a malpractice suit. The story of Robert Townsend and his wife Melanie (not their real names) is a classic example.Robert, aged 73 years, had been a patient of mine for nearly 15 years. A photographer by trade, he would someti...
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Indian Diaspora in the U.S and Cardio-Metabolic Syndrome
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A former staffer, a diplomat who dealt with him, and an Indian-American physician honor Stephen J Solarz, the former Democrat lawmaker and loyal friend of India, who died last week after a long battle with cancer.
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Foreign-born doctors practicing in the United States who earned their medical degrees abroad performed as well or better than their U.S.-born counterparts, a new study finds.
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AAPI Launches Childhood Obesity Awareness Program (Chicago, IL: June 1st, 2013) “With obesity proving to be a major epidemic affecting nearly one third of the nation’s population, we have a responsibility to save future generations by decreasing childhood obesity,” Dr. Jayesh Shah, president of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), said. Dr. Shah, who assumed charge of AAPI during the 31st annual convention in Chicago last week, was referring to the Childhood Obesit...
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