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Retail Medical Clinics: Milk, Eggs and a Diagnosis

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Retail Medical Clinics: Milk, Eggs and a Diagnosis

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Retail Medical Clinics: Milk, Eggs and a Diagnosis

Retail Medical Clinics: Milk, Eggs and a Diagnosis

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Across the country, limited-service medical clinics are springing up in unusual places, from supermarkets to airports. Guests discuss the pros and cons of getting a medical diagnosis while you wait for the deli to slice your cold cuts.

Larry S. Fields, M.D., board chair of the American Academy of Family Physicians; family physician, Ashland, Kentucky

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