Canadians worry U.S. health reform could lead to doctor poaching
Wall Street Journal (blog), January 6, 2009
If Barack Obama makes good on his promise to increase access to healthcare for America's 45 million uninsured, more people will be seeking appointments with busy primary care doctors. But now some say that the increased demand that would follow health reform could lead to an exodus of Canadian doctors to the United States.
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