Gore-Private Medical Records

NPR's Andy Bowers reports from Los Angeles on Vice President Al Gore's commitment to keeping medical records private. At a town meeting, the Democratic candidate discussed with the audience problems with medical information being sold to drug companies or other businesses. Gore says as president, he'll work to make these kinds of disclosures illegal.



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