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Clinic Rejects Immigrants After Impasse With Hospital PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 September 2011 13:17

By Kevin Sack, The New York Times

ATLANTA — After the collapse of negotiations between Atlanta’s public hospital and the world’s largest dialysis provider, a dozen immigrants suffering from renal failure were refused treatment at an Atlanta clinic on Thursday and advised to wait until their conditions deteriorated enough to justify life-saving care in an emergency room.

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Paralyzed football player fears for health under new state Medicaid plan PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 September 2011 13:24

By Chicago Tribune

From the time he was paralyzed in a high school football game in 2000, Rasul "Rocky" Clark has received his medical care at Ingalls Health System in Harvey.

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Steep Rises in Health Premiums Scrutinized PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 13:19

By Janet Adamy

A new federal and state program on health-insurance rates will determine whether bad publicity alone is enough to stop insurers from levying steep increases.

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Medication cost skyrockets with unemployment PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 August 2011 19:48

By Stephanie Dudgeon, The Washington Post

My sleep cycle has been erratic for the past two months, with some insomnia occurring.  I blame the endless heat and humidity we have had.  But my insomnia began to lift this past weekend.  It may be a coincidence, but I also had a birthday this weekend.

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Perry Takes a Swat at Romney’s Health Care Law PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 August 2011 19:44

By Danny Yadron, The Wallstreet Journal

It wasn’t quite “Obamneycare,” but Texas Gov. Rick Perry chided former Mitt Romney for the health care overhaul he signed as Massachusetts governor.

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