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In Tennessee, 2% of providers write 25% of pediatric antibiotic prescriptions

In Tennessee, 2% of providers write 25% of pediatric antibiotic prescriptions
January 22, 2020
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In Tennessee, 2% of providers write 25% of pediatric antibiotic prescriptions

January 22, 2020
Less than 2% of health care providers account for 25% of all pediatric antibiotic prescriptions in Tennessee, according…
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