medical community

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Noun1.medical community - the body of individuals who are qualified to practice medicinemedical community - the body of individuals who are qualified to practice medicine
health profession - the body of individuals whose work helps to maintain the health of their clients
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They decided to go into business to remedy what they saw as a lack of service in the cosmetic medical community for people of color.
This language suggests that other abortion procedures are favored by the medical community.
Designed for health care industry leaders, offering industry news, new products and resources, and individual resources for various facets of the medical community, including long term care providers.
Pharmaceutical companies and the medical community zealously vie for our consumer dollars.
Those of us in the medical community have a critical role in this effort.
Often, physician executives will claim a key leadership role in the medical community.
Typifying a lack of awareness of Tuberous Sclerosis in the medical community, Emmory was misdiagnosed for 4 1/2 months before doctors realized she had the disorder.
The medical community is favorably impressed with Kaletra (lopinavir, formerly ABT-378, the newly-approved "second generation" protease inhibitor.
During the 20th century, the YMCA followed the lead of the medical community and became hostile to its thriving culture of masculine love.
We need unprecedented cooperation among the federal government, state and local health agencies, and the medical community.
Since the business community will find itself front and center in the debate over who should pay for what, executives should understand the prerequisites for rationality and join forces with the medical community to press for policies that embody them.

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