Clinton "among best things" for US healthcare and medical technology
This article was originally published in Clinica
The 2008 US presidential election has been described as one of the best things for healthcare in the US, mainly because of New York Senator Hillary Clinton's decision to run as a Democratic candidate, writes Peter Rixion.
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