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HDNet's 'Dan Rather Reports' Investigates the Possibility of a Better Health Care System North of the Border
Date:4/13/2009

the history of Canada," said Rick Baker, an outspoken critic of Canadian public health care.

Some wealthier Canadian patients are considering crossing the border and paying for faster treatment in the U.S. but the vast majority of Canadians remain committed to public health care.

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