Health Care Hurting Because Of The Recession

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In the U.S., millions of people have lost their jobs and their health insurance. Even those who still have insurance may find themselves cutting back on medical treatments and care. In this recession, are you making difficult decisions about your health care?

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Julie Rovner, NPR's health policy correspondent

Francesca Lunzer Kritz, writes a weekly column on health care costs for the Los Angeles Times; author of "Cut health costs, not your care" published Dec. 29 in the Los Angeles Times.

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