Robert Blendon

Professor of Health Policy, Harvard University

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Robert Blendon on KCRW

Healthcare is one of the issues citied as most important by potential voters of both parties.   Presidential candidates  all trumpet their plans.

Polarization Poisons Healthcare Debate

Healthcare is one of the issues citied as most important by potential voters of both parties.  Presidential candidates all trumpet their plans.

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