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Well, but I think you gain people's trust by giving accurate information and showing WHY you have that information...that you aren't just repeating things that you have been told to say. If you can give parents ideas maybe of what to ask their PCP, it might help. Many PCPs from what I have seen, they just do what they need to do, and if the parents don't question it, they don't offer additional info. But if the parents know the right kinds of questions to ask, it might help for better communication. I also think that sharing real stories is important, but not in a way that makes it seem like you are trying to inspire fear.

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