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The Doctors on The Early Show

Every Friday morning on The Early Show NewsChannel 10 sits down with area doctors to talk about health issues affecting the panhandle and ways to keep your family healthy.

"The Doctors" team is made up of Dr. Todd Bell and Dr. Roger Smalligan from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center and Dr. Joanna Wilson from HerCare in Amarillo.
 
 
      
                           
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