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At the end of the visit, my goal is to have the patients feel more informed and to feel like their issues have been properly addressed.
— Octavio Vega, MD, internist
I enjoy the challenges of piecing together the puzzle – putting difficult, complicated signs and symptoms together and trying to formulate a diagnosis.
— Patricia Graham, MD, internist
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