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Lloyd, Sectish Theodore C. Sectish, left, assistant professor of pediatrics and director of the department's residency training program, and Frederick Lloyd, clinical professor of pediatrics who practices at Palo Alto Medical Foundation, spoke to medical students in October about careers in primary care. The noontime lecture in a medical school classroom celebrated the fourth annual National Primary Care Day, faciliated nationally by the the Association of American Medical Colleges to increase interest among medical students in pursuing careers in primary care medicine. COLUMNS
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