No doctor for old men
Doctors aren't going into primary care anymore, despite a rapidly aging population, according to an article in the September 2008 Journal of the American Medical Association. The resulting problem is that even if healthcare coverage becomes universal, there will not be enough primary care physicians to go around, according to this opinion article in the Denver Post.
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