Support for National Health Insurance among U.S. Physicians: 5 Years Later

Carroll, Aaron E.; Ackerman, Ronald T.
April 2008
Annals of Internal Medicine;4/1/2008, Vol. 148 Issue 7, p566
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor from Aaron Carroll and Ronald Ackerman is presented discussing their study on support for national health insurance among U.S. physicians.


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