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Today In Medical History – November 12

(1987) A policy was introduced by American Medical Association (AMA), that a doctor can’t refuse to treat a patient because that person has HIV or AIDS.

(2003) Medical research was successfully conducted to lower LDL cholesterol Level using Pfizer’s drug.

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