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Diversification Key to Avoiding Professional Boredom

Let's face it: Sometimes the practice of medicine, despite all its glorification, can become routine. So how do you stay challenged professionally? Is it a matter of downgrading or upgrading your services, volunteering, or is this something that requires acceptance? One Ob/Gyn weighs in.

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