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H1N1: Emergency Room Doctors Worry about Treating the Sick
Americans typically go to emergency rooms when they think they have the flu. The American College of Emergency Physicians surveyed a thousand emergency room doctors and nearly 90 percent of them said they're worried about how they'll take of the rush of patients. More
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