Tom Rosenthal

Chief Medical Officer, UCLA Medical Center

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Chief Medical Officer at UCLA Medical Center and Vice Chancellor of the David Geffen School of Medicine

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The cost of healthcare in America is rising so fast that it threatens economic recovery.  While millions lack health insurance, some experts claim that other people get too much…

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The cost of healthcare in America is rising so fast that it threatens economic recovery.  While millions lack health insurance, some experts claim that other people get too much…

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