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Bertalan Meskó at ScienceRoll blogs about new guidelines from the American Medical Association how doctors should use social media. AMA recommends that doctors "maintain appropriate boundaries of the patient-physician relationship" and "use privacy settings to safeguard personal information," among others. Mesko finds the guidelines disappointing: "I expected much much more from AMA," he writes.

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