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Where the Candidates Stand on Healthcare's Key Issues

Posted By Dan Marlowe, Tuesday, October 23, 2012

I figured with the elections right around the corner we could tip our hats to those conversations in our own MedFT-esque kind of way. Instead of a charged debate with all the trappings of finger-pointing, name-calling and record challenging tomfoolery, here is a list compiled by The Hastings Center. They are "a nonpartisan research institution dedicated to bioethics,” detailing a synopsis of where each candidate/platform stands on issues we post about here (e.g., caregiving and healthcare costs) along with other topics we might (and should) be interested in. Take a look and weigh-in below in the comments section.

A big thanks to Jackie Williams-Reade for posting this to the MedFT Facebook page, which you should all take a look at and join for more MedFT related articles and commentary.

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Dan Marlowe
Dan Marlowe is the co-editor of the Growing MedFT Blog, and the Director of Applied Psychosocial Medicine for the Duke/Southern Regional AHEC Family Medicine Residency Program in Fayetteville, NC. He obtained his MS in Marriage and Family Therapy and PhD in Medical Family Therapy from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC.

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