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- Principles of biomedical ethics.6th ed. Oxford University Press, New York2008
- Effect of surgeon's experience on the surgical outcome of laparoscopic surgery for women with endometrial cancer.Gynecol Oncol. 2000; 78: 58-61
- The surgical learning curve for prostate cancer control after radical prostatectomy.J Natl Cancer Inst. 2007; 99: 1171-1177
- Doctors who doctor self, family, and colleagues.WMJ. 2008; 107: 279-284
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Who may prescribe. Missouri Revised Statutes. Section 195.070 RSMo. Revised 2009.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital medical staff rules and regulations. Barnes-Jewish Hospital 2008;December I(A):1(a).
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- ‘Common sense and a thick hide.’ Physicians providing care to their own family members.Arch Fam Med. 1994; 3: 599-604
42 CFR 411.12-Charges imposed by an immediate relative or member of the beneficiary's household. Code of Federal Regulations - Title 42: Public Health. cfr.vlex.com/vid/411-imposed-immediate-member-beneficiary-19806017. December 2005. Accessed May 25, 2009.
- “Is there a doctor in the house? An analysis of the practice of physicians” treating their own families.JAMA. April 1992; 267: 1810-1812
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