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Medicine: Health Care / Oregon #338880

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 23, 1991
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Statement from Health and Human Services Secretary Louis Sullivan that America's health care system needs overhauling noted. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: David Dow) Oregon's plan to guarantee health care for everyone through rationing examined; scenes shown from Portland, OR. [Uninsured patient Jack LISENBY - comments.] [October 11, 1990, state senator Dr. John KITZHABER - comments.] Pros and cons of rationing health care outlined. [Medical assistance programs director Jean THORNE, health care rationing critic Sandy WILLOW - offer differing opinions on the plan.]

Chung, Connie;
Dow, David

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