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The doctors' chance to lead
Dirnfeld, Coffey and Gratzer call on the Canadian Medical Association to reverse its stance and support the availability of private health insurance for all Canadians.
This week in Edmonton, the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) holds its annual meeting. And today, physicians from across the country will consider a series of motions, including several that would reverse the CMA's policy of opposing private health insurance. As delegates weigh that issue, they must ask themselves a simple question: Are doctors going to lead the debate on health reform or will they abdicate their responsibility?
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