Major candidates dodge health care solution

Byrne, Michael
July 2004
Revolution: The Journal for RNs & Patient Advocacy;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p27
Focuses on the failure of presidential candidates George W. Bush and John Kerry to discuss universal coverage or a single standard of care in the U.S. Addition of cost in the health care system; Importance of health care reform; Positions of other presidential candidates.


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