SPOTLIGHT: Are doctors and patients at war?

Increasingly, it seems that doctors and patients are at war, with both feeling misunderstood, frustrated and even hostile. Worse, patients aren't feeling very trusting. In fact, according to one study, about one in four patients feel that their doctors expose them to needless risk. So what can the healthcare community do to mend these critical bonds?  Article

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