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When did the American Medical Association begin attacking "lay" doctors and institutionalized their authority through standardized programs of education and licensing
In 1848, the American Medical Association begin attacking "lay" doctors and institutionalized their authority through standardized programs of education and licensing.
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In 1848, the American Medical Association begin attacking "lay" doctors and institutionalized their authority through standardized programs of education and licensing.
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