CHICAGO, July 30 (Reuters) - The nation's largest physicians' group said on Wednesday doctors should help decide when their patients are too old to drive. The American Medical Association offered a 226-page guide, to be available on the group's Web site (http://www.ama-assn.org), with a checklist for doctors to test patients' vision and motor skills -- and counsels them about how best to persuade impaired older drivers to give up their car keys and retire from the road. The guide was in ...
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