Let's Get Serious

February 1999
People's Medical Society Newsletter;Feb99, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p2
Comments on the Medicare reform program in the United States. Key to the Medicare changes; Trends in Medicare; Problems facing Medicare beneficiaries.


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