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[–] cdinvb 1 points 13 points (+14|-1) ago 

Use what you have. But. Resident? So no insurance. Hasn't passed boards anywhere. I'd go with her in a second, but lawyers might see it another way if the medical attention went south. And medical care is about lawyers mostly these days.


[–] 6576973? 2 points 7 points (+9|-2) ago 

She's a real doctor; she just did not have her credentials with her. Unfortunately, the man who did have them was white, and a man.


[–] Lemongarb 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

If he had his credentials on him he was probably also more experienced, which is what they want.

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[–] lettersofmarque [S] 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago 

The piece is truthful but misleading. They are very careful only to call her a doctor or an M.D., which she is after graduating medical school, but is not licensed to independently practice medicine. A "physician" is one granted a license to practice medicine, which she is not, after completing a residency, which she has not.