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Under patient privacy law, baby photo displays in doctors' offices illegal

Posted: August 10, 2014 at 3:28 a.m.

NEW YORK -- Pictures of smiling babies crowd a bulletin board in a doctor's office in midtown Manhattan, in a collage familiar to anyone who has given birth. But the women going in to have babies of their own cannot see them. They have been moved to a private part of the office, replaced in the corridors with abstract art.

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