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Patients: Don't Go It Alone

Hear why Dr Morganna Freeman stresses the importance of bringing an extra set of ears to appointments.
Video Library – January 10, 2019
Morganna Freeman, DO, FACP

Hear why Dr Morganna Freeman stresses the importance of bringing an extra set of ears to appointments.

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