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Old 03-21-04, 09:21 PM
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Question help in boston

I've been living in Boston for a few years now but i've always gone back to my Neurologist in Virginia. I've been taking Dexedrine for a while and it works great for me. I'd like to find a doctor in Boston so i don't have to go to Virginia. i'm 22 years old and most of the doctors seem to be for children. Does anyone know of a good doctor in the Boston area that prescribes Dexedrine?
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Have you tried the Mass General?
Also, if you can afford to pay out of pocket the Hallowell center is great http://www.drhallowell.com
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