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    Dr. Jack Kevorkian

    Does "Dr." always mean a person with a doctorate degree or a physician?

    60)Dr. Jack Kevorkian is known as "Dr.Death" because he helped about 130 patients kill themselves...

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    Re: Dr. Jack Kevorkian

    One or the other, yes.

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    Re: Dr. Jack Kevorkian

    Technically, a physician has a doctoral degree. So do dentists, veterinarians, and some other medically trained individuals. They all use the term "Dr.".

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