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The doctor is ON

TV doctors may be fictional, but viewers still listen carefully to what they say

By Stephen Smith
December 18, 2006

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Oh, sure. You swear that you know it's all make-believe when you're watching one of those sudsy nighttime medical melodramas -- where life dangles by a single, blood-soaked suture. After all, who would really trust a medical opinion wrought by Izzie on "Grey's Anatomy?" (Full article: 1236 words)

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