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Diary From the Front Lines

The “Family” in Family Physician

Christian G. Wolff, MD

Published: February 1, 2000

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MondayBF is a middle-aged man who runs a small moving company. A patient of minewho is moving out of state recommended that BF should visit with me toreview his issues with anxiety. BF was treated for many years withbenzodiazepines by his former physician, but stopped therapy because hisbusiness was suffering. Even though he did a good job, clients were unnervedby his lethargy and slurred speech.

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Volume: 2

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