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Should guns be allowed in the medical practice?

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This month, Medical Economics takes a look at the issue of guns in medical practice.

This month, Medical Economics takes a look at the issue of guns in medical practice. We decided the best way to accomplish this is to foster a debate among physicians. Here are a pair of essays-one taking the pro-gun stance, the other an anti-gun stance-authored by two of our readers and members of our Reader Reactor Panel, a group of more than 250 U.S. physicians who aid us with our content.

 

Anti Gun: Guns should not be allowed in private physicians' office

Pro Gun: You can't keep guns out of medical practices

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