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The key to being a smart patient is being proactive about your care, Dr. Oz says. If you hear a doctor say something that doesn't sound right to you, speak up. "If you're on medications, know what they are so you can say: 'Wait a minute. I'm supposed to get four; you just gave me a fifth one. What's going on here?'"


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FROM: Medical Mistakes: Dr. Oz Talks to Actor Dennis Quaid
Published on March 10, 2009
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