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8 August 2011

New York Times, Letter

As a primary care physician, I regularly ask patients questions that many people would consider rude, inappropriately nosy or just irrelevant in polite conversation. Do you wear your seat belt? How much alcohol do you usually drink? Do you use recreational drugs? Have you ever injected yourself with anything? Do you have sexual relations, and if so, with men, women or both? Questions like these have long been a standard part of medical interviewing, and for good... (GunPolicy.org)

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