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This article is up for AfD at this writing, but is clearly going to be kept. So I'm taking the liberty of expanding it a bit while its still fresh in my mind. Herostratus 04:11, 1 December 2005 (UTC)
Taken of the AfD page, anyone wanna write this up?
Comment: A quick search shows that she is evidently the Director for the Center for Value Based Medicine, former President of the Montgomery County Medical Society] and has authored over 120 publications on medical issues. Whether that makes her any more notable than, say, a Pokémon card I can't say. -DialUp 03:23, 30 November 2005 (UTC)
A bit more:From Society for Women's Health Researach Brown is evidently one of the authors of The Savvy Woman Patient (ISBN193310208X )—"Melissa Brown, BSN, MSN, MD, is an adjunct assistant professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and adjunct senior fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at Penn. She is the director for the Center for Value-Based Medicine and co-chief Editor of Evidence-Based Eye Care. Dr. Brown has served as President of the Montgomery County (PA) Medical Society and serves on the Advisory Council for the National Institute for Aging. She has written over 120 publications on medical issues."