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A Medical Journal Asked Both Candidates About Health Care. Guess Who Responded

Hillary Clinton’s plan for improving U.S. health care is outlined in a leading medical journal on September 28, and in her plan the candidate describes her goals to reduce prescription drug costs and spur more basic research into diseases. “As President, I will fight for every American to have access to affordable, quality health care — regardless of their ZIP Code, income, or medical history,” the Democratic presidential nominee wrote September 28 in the New England Journal of Medicine.
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