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December 29, 2009

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Manuel

It's the hardest part of being a sales rep. But the patient's life is much more important.
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L Glavish

I would have said "no" also- but I was not asked. Instead the information that a rep may be present was buried in the fine print of the consent form that I was required to sign while I was getting hooked up to an iv in pre op for abdominal surgery. I don't think that was right by any stretch of the imagination.

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