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Across Mass., wait to see doctors grows

Access to care, insurance law cited for delays

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / September 22, 2008

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The wait to see primary care doctors in Massachusetts has grown to as long as 100 days, while the number of practices accepting new patients has dipped in the past four years, with care the scarcest in some rural areas. (Full article: 1257 words)

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