Patient pressure to prescribe antibiotics often works, study says
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An experimental study from the United Kingdom finds that physicians are more likely to prescribe antibiotics when the patient is expecting it, even if they think there is a low probability of bacterial infection.
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The study, published in Health Psychology, p...
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