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

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After Years Of Uncertainty, A Health-Care Business Gets An Answer

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Transporting reams of athletes' medical information has become a major burden for the U.S. Olympic Committee, and is one reason it's switching to electronic medical records. Andrew Villegas/KHN/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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What Air Traffic Can Teach Us About Kidney Transplants

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A message from Ashley Dias. Chana Joffe-Walt/NPR hide caption

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Who Decides Whether This 26-Year-Old Woman Gets A Lung Transplant?

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Patient Bob Berquist with Gregory Wagner, a doctor in the emergency department. Berquist, who volunteers at Fauquier Hospital, was admitted for low blood sugar when another nurse noticed he seemed dizzy. John Rose/NPR hide caption

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By Putting Patients First, Hospital Tries To Make Care More Personal

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Douglas Harlow Brown, 80, of East Lansing, Mich., watches birds inside a medical rehab facility. Brittney Lohmiller for NPR hide caption

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Your Stories Of Being Sick Inside The U.S. Health Care System

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Poll: What It's Like To Be Sick In America

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