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Turns out Medicare spending isn't a good way to predict all healthcare spending
Study: Health insurance helps, but even the insured can face crushing medical debt
More than $47,000 for emergency transport to a hospital. Is this health care?
Game of Bones: Despite Obamacare, insurance companies keep on playing dirty tricks
Paul Ryan has a plan to unite Republicans–by running against the Republican presidential candidate
Maryland-based RAD-AID volunteers boost health care in lands where diagnostic imaging is missing
Justice Department blasts South Dakota for using nursing homes to house disabled patients
There must be a better way to provide health care
Hillary Clinton lays out plan to improve mental health treatment
Open thread for night owls: In Texas, the mortality rate for pregnant women has doubled
Who will head Veterans Affairs—and will it be privatized under Trump?
10 AIDS activists arrested outside Paul Ryan's office protesting health care cuts
Texas and Wisconsin offer an exciting preview of a post-Planned Parenthood, STD-filled America
Trump torpedoes Ryan's tax plan: It's 'too complicated'
Don't be fooled: Republicans DO 'want to rip the rug out from under' millions of insured Americans
A Republican failure. A people's victory. Grassroots resistance energizes the next healthcare fight.
Selling across state lines will be a great deal: for insurance companies
View from the Left: The White House rupture progressives helped create
New programs to provide shelter to needy patients rather than just prescriptions are now in danger
Republicans hope to fake it till they make it with new twist on zombie Trumpcare
The 'unimaginable' premium hikes of Trumpcare 2.0 for people with pre-existing conditions
Take this to the bank: If Trump says legislation is coming 'shortly thereafter,' it's likely dead
House Republicans tell Trumpcare holdouts, don't 'sweat the details,' let's dump it on the Senate
The 'breathtaking hypocrisy' and 'horrors' of Trumpcare, spelled out in a New York Times editorial
Texas likely to remain number one in uninsured residents and it could get even worse
Cartoon: Confederacy of sociopaths
Great idea: If Republicans won't hold Trumpcare town halls, Democrats should do it for them
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