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¿'Medicare para todos'? La Asociación Médica Estadounidense dice que no, y provoca protestas en Chicago.

CHICAGO — Los médicos reunidos en Chicago esta semana para el

encuentro anual de la Asociación Médica Estadounidense (American Medical Association,

o AMA) se encuentran cada vez más en el centro incómodo de un debate nacional

sobre "Medicare para Todos".

Un grupo de médicos, enfermeros y estudiantes de

medicina protestó por la reunión y criticó la oposición de la asociación a

Medicare para Todos: la idea de ampliar el Medicare para cubrir a todos los

estadounidenses. Y el lunes, los médicos en la reunión escucharon un discurso

de Seema Verma, directora de

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