Dr. DMV?

May 2013
Stanford Medicine;Spring2013, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p3
The article focuses on the study led by professors Robert Tibshirani and Donald Redelmeier which shows that formal medical warnings reduce car accidents by 45%.


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