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SOURCE: Dawson Creek Mirror
Vancouver Island University’s Cheryl Krasnick Warsh says it’s more popular than the queen.
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The problem with American health care is not the care. It’s the insurance.
by Michael Beschloss
Unlike Donald Trump, Lyndon Johnson had years of political experience that enabled him to pass his landmark Medicare legislation.
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Santa Clara University does not generally impose religious doctrine on its staff, faculty or students... except in this case.
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Pediatric ward, University of Pennsylvania Hospital, 1907.Although most terminally ill Americans define a good death as one that occurs at home surrounded by family, a high proportion of people die alone in hospitals, tethered to machines. And many high technology treatments administered to dying patients impose enormous financial costs and inflict additional suffering without significantly extending life.
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