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  1. #1
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    Default Dear Two Doctors,

    How to I write correctly:

    Dear Dr.'s Parsi and Osorio,

    Is this correct?

    or

    Dear Doctors Parsi and Osorio,

    or

    Dear Doctor's Parsi and Osorio,

    ????

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    Default Re: Dear Two Doctors,

    I think it should probably be "Dear Drs. Parsi and Osorio". In British English, you can also omit the period: "Dear Drs Parsi and Osorio".

    But why not avoid the issue altogether and say "Dear Dr Parsi and Dr Osorio"?

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