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  1. Robert
    Robert February 10, 2010 at 9:15 pm |

    Great job. I work at New Mexico PCC. My former father-in-law, a professor emeritus of medicine from Johns Hopkins Medical School came to visit. He never quite understood what PCCs did. I copied each case I did in one shift. It cleared the air and facilitated conversation. Great idea, and I hope all of us keep our funding!

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