Why are Doctors Performing Procedures Their Patients Don’t Need?

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A recent study found that in one year 600,000 patients underwent a medical procedure that they did not need. The recent rise in leg stent surgeries have people calling this an overused procedure. Are doctors doing this out of the best interest of their patients, or are they doing it for financial gain? Dr. Joel Kahn weighs in.