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... WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 The American Academy of Physician ... assistants (PAs) practicing in the United States, applauds the ... care reform bill, H.R. 3962, the Affordable Health Care ... this reform bill will ultimately lower the cost of ...
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... reason why African Americans are not receiving kidney/pancreas transplants ... racial groups. Dr. Keith Melancon, director of kidney ... professor of surgery at Georgetown University Medical Center, and ... the American Journal of Transplantation . ...
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