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Family in the Emergency Room

When a patient arrives in the E-R and their life is on the line ... health care workers usually ask family members to wait outside the room where they'll be treated. But when the patient is a child, a new study suggests they shouldn't be separated. House doctor Brian Goldman has the details.

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