Chronic disease strains healthcare, coalition warns
Minneapolis Star Tribune, February 20, 2008
Former legislators, a retired Minnesota Viking and representatives of business, labor and medicine are urging Minnesotans to press politicians to adopt new methods for preventing and treating chronic disease. The push comes as Minnesota legislators prepare to present a proposal designed to strengthen care for people with chronic illness, and to save money.
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