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Medical advice still “practice”—even when patients don’t follow it

A state appellate court in Oregon rejected a physician's argument that a doctor who offers medical advice a patient does not follow cannot be considered as "practicing," as that term is defined in the law

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A state appellate court in Oregon rejected a physician's argument that a doctor who offers medical advice a patient does not follow cannot be considered as "practicing," as that term is defined in the law

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