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Medical Schools Urge Caution on Obamacare Repeal


by Maya Rhodan

The President and CEO of the Association of American Medical Colleges sent letters to President-elect Donald Trump and members of Congress last week urging against an all out repeal of Obamacare without protections for consumers.

Dr. Darrell G. Kirch warned that repealing the law could be very disruptive if there are not mechanisms put in place to help patients, particularly patients with health conditions, pay for care.

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