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    I had the BEST doctor in Houston, TX and we have since moved to South Carolina and I am afraid no one will compare. What are some things I should look for in a doctor (GI) that is. I know my primary Dr. will have to refer me but I want to make sure that he/she isn't a quack. That happened to me in TX and luckily I ended up with a GREAT doctor. Any tips would be appreciated. It has been awhile. I treated and relapsed in 06 so have just been monitoring blood.
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