A medical case becomes political
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), January 7, 2008
Democratic Presidintial candidate John Edwards has been bashing big health insurers with the story of a girl who died waiting for a liver transplant. But the details of the case suggest Edwards may be oversimplifying the tale. By pushing the case so hard on the campaign trail, Mr. Edwards is raising the emotional tone of the debate on healthcare.
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