Dr. Fails 3 Classes in Medical School-Would You Believe Him?
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I was cross-examining a doctor in an orthopedic malpractice trial and he told me that he failed three medical school classes and had to retake an entire year of school over again. When I asked the doctor to tell the jury which three classes he failed he said...(watch the video to find out what he said).
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