US editorial writers put Canadian health care under microscope

Gray, Charlotte
December 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/01/98, Vol. 159 Issue 11, p1395
Academic Journal
Reports on differing views of the Canadian health care system expressed by Granger Avery and Michael Decter at the National Convention of Editorial Writers in Ottawa in November 1998. Myths about Canadian health care that are still popular in the United States; How Granger and Avery disagreed over medicare; Decter's views on waiting lists for medical procedures.


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