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    Do you think that physicians actually take their responsibility seriously when they provide care? Or do you think that they do not care because if they have malpractice insurance?

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    I do think that the overwhelming majority of physicians take their responsibility seriously when they provide patient care. Of course, you'll always find that 1 in 1,000 physician that became a physician purely for the money, and really doesn't care about the patients he or she is treating.

    For the most part, I think doctors are in medicine with the priority of providing excellent care first, and making money ...

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    The solution discusses if physicians actually take their responsibility seriously when they provide care, or if they do not care due to having malpractice insurance.

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