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Doctors come to the shopping mall

The Runway at Playa Vista mall in Los Angeles is home to a Whole Foods, a cinema, and a host of high-end stores and restaurants. But its next big tenant isn’t the kind of business you’d expect in a shopping centre – it's a doctor’s office set up by the Cedars-Sinai Health System.

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