America's Social Needs
Secretary of Health and Human Services Louis Sullivan discussed the social needs of America in an address to a luncheon at the National Press Club. In his remarks, Sec. Sullivan discussed health care reform and the welfare system and other health issues in American society. Following his remarks, Sec. Sullivan responded to questions from members of the audience where topics ranged from lack of doctors in the inner cities and rural areas, has healthcare reform been a flop in the Presidential race and rationing Medicare. close
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