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October 19, 2004

The let's-sue-each-other club

Physicians finally hatch a plan to strike back: "I offered to be the one to be sued first by the remaining three. ...The cardiologist and gastroenterologist would be sued next." Just a satire, we think. Right? Please, someone, reassure us. (Ketan Desai, "The John Edwards Fan Club",, Sept. 7).

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