White House enlists help of doctors in healthcare overhaul
The Boston Globe/Associated Press, August 27, 2009
The White House is asking doctors to help promote its drive to overhaul healthcare, marking another effort by President Obama to regain momentum on one of his top-priority issues. White House health advisers held an hour-long conference call Tuesday night with nearly 3,000 physicians and officials of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Surgeons in which they tried to drum up support by answering questions and describing the administration's goals, participants said.
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