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How (And Why) To Keep Your Own Copy Of Your Medical Record


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There are a variety of excellent reasons for maintaining your own copy of your medical record. For instance, to help feel in control, to help get to see a new doctor without delay or in the event of a disaster.

Your copy should include all the information that relates to the history and current status of your health condition(s).

There are a variety of alternatives for ways to keep your own medical record. All are free or inexpensive.

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