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By: lady626
Bowman Kim E MD
Dr. Bowma has been my PCP for many years. She is caring and very thorough. In my years as her patient she has helped me through many medical situations. Also, if it not her expertise she knows all the right specialists to refer you to. Great follow-up and interest.
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By: aikidolou
Martha Praught MD
Seems understanding but not personally recommended if you need evaluation for court or licensure. Despite being sober for 10 years recommended random drug screens...troubling!
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By: Donna P.
Mens Health Boston
Men's Health Boston has moved from Brookline Place to Chestnut Hill Square, 200 Boylston St., Ste A309, Chestnut Hill 02467.
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