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6 de Marzo de 2009

Mientras que Obama celebra una cumbre sobre la salud, los defensores de las personas marginadas preguntan por qué se ignora el sistema del pago único

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El presidente Obama celebró el jueves una cumbre en la Casa Blanca sobre la reforma del sistema sanitario. A pesar de que Obama afirmó que se consideraría cualquier idea, la opción de crear un programa sanitario nacional de pago único parece haber sido rechazada ya. Hablamos con Luke Mitchell, editor jefe de Harper’s, autor del artículo “Sick in the Head: Why America Won’t Get the Health-Care System It Needs” (Mal de la cabeza: por qué EE.UU. no tendrá el sistema de salud que necesita).

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