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Study boosts momentum for patient safety  (entire story at this Link)
Editorial Opinion
No Author Specified

The report released this week by the National Academy of Sciences has the 
potential to produce revolutionary change in the medical profession.
Whatever aura of infallibility still clings to physicians should be dispelled 
forever by the report, which concluded that medical errors kill between 
44,000 to 98,000 people a year in the United States.

By comparison, 43,450 people die annually in automobile accidents. About 
42,300 die of breast cancer. About 16,500 die of AIDS.  <SNIP> (entire story 
at Link above)

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