Christine Laine

American College of Physicians / Annals of Internal Medicine

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Senior vice president of the American College of Physicians and editor-in-chief of the Annals of Internal Medicine, a publication of the ACP; internist for nearly 25 years

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Patients need to have trust in their doctors, and doctors cultivate what's called a compassionate "bedside manner."

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Patients need to have trust in their doctors, and doctors cultivate what's called a compassionate "bedside manner."

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