Let’s Keep Politicians Out of the Exam Room

Political agendas are getting in the way of the one-to-one relationship between a woman and her physician. Texas legislators have proposed policy that brings a third party into the exam room, negatively impacting our critical relationship. Because honest, open communication is the foundation of our practices, we are speaking out and encouraging our patients to speak out, too.

 

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Keep Politicians out of the exam room

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