South Floridians feel anxiety over medical costs
Miami Herald, February 15, 2008
Almost two-thirds of South Florida residents believe that uninsured Americans should be able to get healthcare, but even more are concerned about rising healthcare costs, problems with prescription drug coverage and the safety and quality of care. Those were the results of a Gallup poll of 401 residents conducted in late January for the Center for Excellence in Government, which presented the results at a town hall meeting at the University of Miami.
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