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Clinton Got Quick Care, Unlike Canadian Heart Patients
Michael Cannon, Cato Daily Commentary, 9-8-04

Cannon, director of health policy studies at the Cato institute, points out that the speed with which President Clinton received heart-bypass surgery at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital during his recent bout with heart disease would be unthinkable for many patients in Canada’s national system – a system that many U.S. policymakers view with unabashed envy.

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