Doctors don't need government pressure

Jan 25, 2013 Full story: The Tennessean

As a patient who has struggled with Crohn's disease for a number of years, my doctor and I both play close attention to new treatments and research studies that are released that could improve my quality of life.

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#1 Jan 25, 2013
"I donít want the government pressuring my doctor to use medicines that
they see as fit. I want my doctor to be the judge of whatís best for my
health." COMPLETELY agree on this point. The patient-doctor relationship is one that needs to be upheld. Are these government officials dealing with Crohn's themselves? Doubtful. Please continue to post.

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#2 Jan 25, 2013
Also, what do you think of mobile relationships with your doctor? I'm curious, as with the recent transition to everything digital.

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