As Prosthetics Improve, Amputees Face New Choices
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Sick in America: Hispanics Grapple With Cost And Quality Of Care
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Oregon's Medicaid Experiment Represents A 'Defining Moment'
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'Direct Primary Care' A New Option For The Uninsured
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What Air Traffic Can Teach Us About Kidney Transplants
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Who Decides Whether This 26-Year-Old Woman Gets A Lung Transplant?
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With PSA Testing, The Power Of Anecdote Often Trumps Statistics
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Sick In America: Americans' Views On Health Care
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Obama, Romney On Health Care: So Close, Yet So Far
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Does Race Affect Your Hospital Stay?
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Need A Nurse? You May Have To Wait
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