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"Hippocritical" Doctors

When they work for health insurers - and help deny care - physicians are kicking aside the oath they pledged to uphold.

By ADAM J. WOLFBERG
March 25, 2007

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My 5-year-old daughter has mild cerebral palsy that affects the strength and dexterity of her right hand. With the help of her physical and occupational therapists, she has made tremendous gains in her ability to accomplish routine tasks. She swung from the monkey bars for the first time recently and can now use her right hand to drink chocolate milk. ... (Full article: 702 words)

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