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May 10, 2005

Massachusetts med-mal

The state's official Board of Registration in Medicine collects and has published (PDF) a wealth of numbers, which merit careful study, about suits against doctors in the commonwealth. And, yes, the numbers are up.

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Medicine and Law



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