“My doctor who is a general practitioner referred me to a bone and joint specialist after I injured my knee.”
Select the best punctuation for the bold portion of the sentence.
“My doctor, who is a general practitioner, referred me”
“My doctor: who is a general practitioner, referred me”
“My doctor who is a general practitioner, referred me”
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