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  • Altruism, Professional Decorum, and Greed:Perspectives on Physician Compensation
  • David Schiedermayer and Daniel J. McCarty
David Schiedermayer
Medical College of Wisconsin, 8700 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226. Reprint requests: Box 135, John Doyne Hospital
Daniel J. McCarty
Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin

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1529-8795
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