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Why should a recording in the medical record never be erased or obliterated?
A. It makes it harder to read the chart.
B. The patient may not receive the proper care.
C. It will invalidate the legal value, which would be important in any litigation.
D. It's better to write an explanation later in the chart notes.

my answer C. please help!

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    I think that's right.

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