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    Doc Won't Treat Patients Over 200 Pounds
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    A Massachusetts primary care physician no longer accepts patients who weigh more than 200 pounds, Boston's WCVB reports .

    The doctor stated, "After three consecutive injuries (with other patients) trying to care for people over 250 pounds, my office is unable to accommodate a certain weight and we put a limit on it."

    What do you think about this policy?

    Haylen
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