Innovative teens could help Obama solve health costs, debt dilemmas
This article was originally published in Clinica
Forget the Medicare horse trading with House Speaker John Boehner (Ohio) and the charm offensives with Senate Republicans, President Obama. The key to solving the rising costs of health care in the US could rest in the hands of some eager teenage prodigy scientists.
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