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Back in the old days, doctors did business a little differently – rather than making the patient come to them, they went to the patient, medical bag in hand. The society was more rural at the time, hospitals were fewer and further between, and most patients would either recover or die at home, in their own bed. Over time, this started to change – physicians realized they could do more business and provide better results by seeing patients in a set location, so they traded in their black bag for a clinic with a waiting room.

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