Watch enough TV these days, and you may see more ads for pharmaceuticals than for yummy-looking restaurant meals.And those prescription drug spots just might leave you thinking that physicians’ primary role now is to answer couch potatoes’ questions about whether some overhyped wonder drug “is right” for them.Doctors can do much more than that, of course. Some even know their way around the kitchen and, when let loose in a state-of-the-art demonstration facility, can do pretty fair ...
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