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    We hope you find our Parentletter and articles helpful and informative. Please keep in mind that receipt of these materials does not create a doctor/patient relationship and that it is not meant to serve as a substitute for professional medical advice.  For particular pediatric medical concerns, including decisions about diagnoses, medications and other treatments, or if you have any questions after reading this newsletter, we encourage you to speak with your child's pediatrician.


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