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A survey of U.S. internists (Internists'
Attitudes Toward Prevention of Firearm Injury ) asked whether
physicians believe firearm-related violence is a public health
issue, whether doctors should have the right to discuss it with
patients, and if they favor various public policies aimed at
reducing it. A position paper (Reducing
Firearm-Related Injuries and Deaths in the United States: Executive
Summary of a Policy Position Paper From the American College of
Physicians) from the ACP outlines its recommendations for
reducing firearm-related injury and death in the U.S.
Use these papers to:
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