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If you have further questions after reviewing this handout please let the office know so that we may address your questions and concerns. Fellows are expected to undertake independent investigation or to participate in one of the ongoing research projects in a basic or clinical field related to their specialty. The doctor-patient relationship is one that we hold to the highest standard, and we make a point to encourage our patients to ask questions in order to help maintain excellent communication.

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