Nancy Nielsen

Immediate Past President, American Medical Association

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Immediate Past President of the American Medical Association

Nancy Nielsen on KCRW

Since President Harry Truman introduced the idea 60 years ago, the American Medical Association has opposed every effort at a government overhaul of the healthcare system.

Healthcare Reform: Is the President Doing It Right…or Not?

Since President Harry Truman introduced the idea 60 years ago, the American Medical Association has opposed every effort at a government overhaul of the healthcare system.

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Conventional wisdom has it that  healthcare reform  is in big trouble, especially with conservative, "Blue Dog" Democrats worried about next year's elections.

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