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A photo provided by the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania shows an Aetna mailer in which a reference to HIV medication is partly visible though the envelope window. AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania hide caption

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A man walks past a building on the Google campus in Mountain View, Calif. Google search results about health can be influential, but sometimes they can be unreliable or wrong. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Seeking Online Medical Advice? Google's Top Results Aren't Always On Target

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Hassle Of Being A Patient Can Turn Into A Crisis Without Sick Leave

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Carol and John Iovine say the health coach their insurer assigned John after he had a torrent of grave health problems in 2014 has helped them get the medical care he still needs. And it's helped keep him out of the hospital. Todd Bookman/WHYY hide caption

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Insurer Uses Personal Data To Predict Who Will Get Sick

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Cerner Fights For Share In Electronic Medical Records Boom

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