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Medicine: Health Care Reform / Germany #350263

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 05, 1993
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Washington: Linda Douglass) The views of Americans on health care reform examined. [Nine PEOPLE - complain about medical costs and the importance of health care reform.] Findings of CBS News/"New York Times" poll on the importance of health care versus the budget deficit and on doctors's fees cited. Need for President Clinton to sell his health care reform plan noted.

(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Bonn: Tom Fenton) Health care in Germany featured; medical scenes shown; details given of the system that is financed by employers and employees. [General practitioner Dr. Bernd DYCKHOFF, Gudrun and Karl SCHAEFER - talk about Germany's free medical care.] Germany noted doing more for less than the United States in health care. [DYCKHOFF - explains the downside of the system.]

Chung, Connie;
Douglass, Linda;
Fenton, Tom

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