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Bottom Line vs. Patient Care

One of the guiding principles of medicine is that doctors always act in their patients' best interests. But some medical ethicists are concerned that spiralling health care costs could have doctors paying more attention to the bottom line than to what's best for their patients. Brian Goldman takes a look at the issue.

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