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Byline: Amy Schatz
Jul. 11--It's a rare doctor who makes a house call these days.
But this week, teams of doctors representing the American Medical Association are fanning out across seven states to rally their stethoscope-wearing brethren in support of patients' rights legislation passed by the Senate and scheduled to be debated in the House of Representatives next week in Washington.
"We're trying to get people to look at the facts," said Dr. J. Edward Hill, a Mississippi physician who is chairman-elect of the AMA. He stopped in Austin on Monday as part of a trip through Texas that will include visits to county medical societies and media …