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MRIs, joint replacements and cataract removal are among the procedures being re-evaluated to determine when they are necessary and when they are of questionable benefit. (SALLY RYAN/NYT)
MRIs, joint replacements and cataract removal are among the procedures being re-evaluated to determine when they are necessary and when they are of questionable benefit. (SALLY RYAN/NYT)

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