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Matching Physician Practice Style to Patient Informational Issues and Decision-Making Preferences

An Approach to Patient Autonomy and Medical Paternalism Issues in Clinical Practice

Robert M. Peters, MD, MBA

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(9):760-763.

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