Gordon D. Rubenfeld, MD
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Rubenfeld G.; Fault. Ann Intern Med. 2009;150:887-888. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-150-12-200906160-00015
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Crude tattoos of “LOVE” and “HATE” unfurled as the angry, muscular man clenched and unclenched his fists. I am not a small man, but this guy was scaring me.
“How the hell do you let my boy lay there for 4 days before you even call me?”
“Mmm-hmm,” echoed the large woman at his side who had introduced herself as the boy's mother. In her shadow was a nervous girl who had been crying or screaming a lot. She fidgeted and picked at invisible things on her blouse—I wondered briefly what she was withdrawing from.
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