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374652 tn?1494811435

Doctors in Dallas?

Does anyone know of any doctors in Dallas?  I am considering moving there and I am checking it out at the end of this month.  I would like to look into treating at some point and Dallas may be the place... Thx.
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400308 tn?1204247129
(Dr.Reem Ghalib), director of the Hepatitis Program at Baylor College of Medicine and the Methodist Hospital. She is a hepatologist and was referred to me by several well known doctors. I will be seeing her on Wednesday the 16th. I will be able to give you a better assessment after that time. She has an address in Dallas and Ft. Worth just google her name.

Good luck!
Mark
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374652 tn?1494811435
Thank you so much, yes please let me know how it goes,  and good luck to you.  I will check your profile to get more info on you.  

best wishes for a GOOD outcome
M4now
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1924780 tn?1323098360
May I ask how things have gone with this dr for the both of you? she is my dr, found out in october and shes already hooked me up with a research department right in the same building as hers in arlington (she has a arlington practice to). I like her and the research dr also. how has it gone for you two?
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