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Can american healthcare improve under romney?

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Dr. Peter Kurzweil
Internal Medicine 52 years experience
It could if.....: If romney became pres and pursued what started under his governorship in mass--despite distancing himself from it, to fit the republican agenda--then he could help. Mass is a first step. The second: developing a primary care team system that functions on its own, that covers all. Pcps there are burned out, retired, died, left state, or closed their panel. Ma model can work--keep going!
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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology 56 years experience
This question is not a medical question but a political one, best addressed in some other forum. In politics there are no controlled studies, no double-blind studies. The blinding is strictly one-sided-the voters. Most politicians promises are vapid, bereft of substance or enforceability by the electorate (except at the next round of legalized lying called re-election campaigns. Which Romney-Janus
Jun 11, 2012

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