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February 14, 2005

Medical costs and bankruptcy

The much-publicized new study is "more than a little bankrupt itself", according to MedPundit Sydney Smith (Feb. 12). See Gail Heriot, Misdiagnosed", National Review Online, Feb. 11.

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