As a child, Clay Buchanan heard so many stories of his pediatrician-father's patients that he practically considered them kin. So when he decided to switch gears after a 20-year career in law and go to medical school, family medicine felt like a fit—even though his sister, already a family practitioner, suggested that he at least consider a specialty with greater income potential.
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