The corporatization of health care, cost containment that often cuts patient services, resistant strains of microorganisms — there are a lot of issues in medicine that just aren't funny. That is, unless you're Greg LaGana, MD, an occupational medicine physician at Merck Pharmaceuticals in Rahway , N.J., and Barry Levy, MD, a Sherborn, Mass. — based environmental and occupational health consultant and Tufts University School of Medicine instructor. When they're not helping patients, they're ...

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