A Threat to Biomedical Research

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Science  10 Sep 1999:
Vol. 285, Issue 5434, pp. 1671
DOI: 10.1126/science.285.5434.1671

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  • Political Squeeze Play
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    You are describing a classical political squeeze play. When national healthcare was roundly rejected by physicians and their associations, e.g., AMA, those favoring national healthcare insurance programs left the hospitals-partcularly the teaching and research medical centers-out to dry, so to speak. Now that federal regulations are endangering the best of our healthcare/research institutions, the political pressure is on to f...
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