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When The Doctor Works For The Insurance Company

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Looming Spending Cuts Would Hit Hard All Over

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A Huge Pay Cut For Doctors Is Hiding In The Fiscal Cliff

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Hospitals Gamble On Urgent Care Clinics To Keep Patients Healthy

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Episode 391: The Anti-Addiction Pill That's Big Business For Drug Dealers

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Meet The Drug Dealer Who Helps Addicts Quit

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Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio on 'Morning Edition'

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Episode 383: What The Health Care Decision Means For Peoples' Lives

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