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Senator Obama Explains His Health Care Plan to SpineUniverse.com
Date:10/31/2008

Senator Obama responds to five questions about his health care plan to SpineUniverse.com, whose recent survey results reveal the politics of back pain and spine treatments.

Montclair, NJ (PRWEB) October 31, 2008 -- Senator Barack Obama, Democratic candidate for President, answered five questions about his health care plan to SpineUniverse.com. Now every visitor to SpineUniverse.com -- people who have an intense interest in the state of health care because of back pain or neck pain -- can examine how Sen. Obama's plan would affect them. (SpineUniverse also contacted Sen. John McCain's campaign, but he did not respond.)

Sen. Obama explained to SpineUniverse.com how:

  • his plan would help the uninsured and underinsured in America
  • the Obama-Biden plan would benefit small businesses through the Small Business Health Tax Credit
  • his administration would ensure all children have medical coverage
  • he would work to invest in technologies as a way to improve our health care system
He also gave three key points that voters should remember about the Obama-Biden health care plan, including that he will guarantee affordable, accessible coverage for all Americans. You can read Sen. Obama's answers here: http://www.spineuniverse.com/article/presidential-election-health-care-questions-4458.html.

"Sen. Obama's health care plan includes an emphasis on preventive care, and that's a very important point for back and neck pain sufferers," explains Stephen Ondra, MD, Professor of Neurological Surgery at Northwestern University. "With accessible coverage for all, Americans will be ab
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