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 What was the income of doctors during the depression?

Answer According to The Physics Handbook, doctors today make about seven times more than they did during the Great Depression. The salary of a doctor during the early 1930s was about $24,000 per year.Sour... Read More »
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Why is it that people like me with depression never get the help wee need from doctors?

you don't need a doctor or pills, you need to put it in your mind that you can and will do it , use the power of your mind to over come then tell your doctor he/she will be really grateful along wi... Read More »
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What was the average annual income during the great depression?

During the decade of 1930 to 1939, the U.S. economy was at an all-time low. The average salary during this time was $1,368, and the unemployment rate rose to 25 percent. The cost of a quart of milk... Read More »
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How do you get medical insurance when you have depression and take medication and Blue Cross denied coverage and don't qualify for low income coverage?

Answer You can get coverage through the Benefits Companies also known as Discount Plans.Research the companies and look for the highest discount, what all they give you as a member, and the amount ... Read More »
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Anyone knows where can I find a list of the best glaucoma specialists/doctors in London. private doctors only.?

just use the yellow pages or whatever the equivilant of the yellow pages is in england
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