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12/13/2012
By: pvevans
Dr. Juichih Hsu, MD
Dr. Hsu is very abrupt and rude. She is quick and hardly explains anything. She talks on the phone much of the time you are in the room with her. The only reason I continue to go to her office is because of her hours. I can go after work instead of having to take time off. She seems to know what she is doing. But again she is very abrupt and rude. It may just be "old lady" syndrome. Where she thinks she can act and say anything she wants because she is older. But I find her way over the top.
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