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Letters To the Editor

A Rose by Any Other Name

Bruce Sutor, MD

Published: April 1, 2004

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Sir: It was with mixed emotions that I read Dr. Jefferson’s recent letter1 regarding the spelling of "bupopion." On the one hand, it was a relief to know that I am not the only physician who can’ t spell very well but have been too ashamed to admit it. On the other hand, it’s frightening to think that there are many physicians out there who can’ t spell very well and have been too ashamed to admit it.

 


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