Your patients can speak with physicians over the Internet: A new on-line service

November 1998
Modern Medicine;Nov98, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p9
Provides information on `America's Doctor Online' (ADOL), an online service provided by America Online. Features of the site; Information accessed through the site; Purpose of ADOL.


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