The Clues to Diagnosis

November 2013
HealthLeaders Magazine;Nov2013, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p82
An interview with internist, comprehensivist, and medical mystery diagnostician Dr. Thomas Bolte is presented, wherein he commented on topics like patient relationship, business costs and accepting new patients.


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