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The NYT Again Suggests Cutting Back on 'Wasteful' Drugs...But Is That the Only Goal?

Is the New York Times pushing universal coverage by advocating curbing health care costs and limits on use of painkillers and other care? Dotted throughout the paper's health reporting are ...

NY Times Covers for Pro-Rationing Dr. Donald Berwick and His 'Extensive Real World Experience'

New York Times health reporter Robert Pear attempted to dispel Berwick's image as a cost-cutting, ivory-tower intellectual who favors severe health-care rationing, but left off his most direct ...

Times Covers for Pro-Rationing Dr. Donald Berwick and His 'Extensive Real World Experience'

Health reporter Robert Pear attempted to dispel Berwick's image as a cost-cutting, Ivory-tower intellectual who favors severe health-care rationing, but left off his most direct paeans to ...

Surprise: NYT Discovers Spending Money on Frail Elderly Not Always Useless

After months of Times stories pushing the need for limits on end-of-life care in the name of universal health care, reporter Reed Abelson looks at the other side and makes a shocking discovery: ...

Another NYT Nudge Toward End-of-Life Health Care Rationing?

Andrew Pollack greets a new tumor-shrinking drug with concerns about costs, as if cancer-fighting drugs come cheap: "A newly approved chemotherapy drug will cost about $30,000 a month, a sign that ...

Americans Want to Live Longer? How Gauche

Health care reporter Kevin Sack on outcry against recommendations that women under 50 no longer get mammograms: "This week, the science of medicine bumped up against the foundations of American ...

Washington Post Says Health Care 'Rationing' Shouldn't be Dirty Word

Staff writer argues U.S. care delivered in 'haphazard, even illogical, way.'

Another Nudge Toward Health Care Rationing: Questioning "Costly Valve for the Frail"

The next big thing in heart surgery are replacement valves, which can be implanted without open-heart surgery. But instead of evaluating this as a straightforward boon to humanity, the Times ...

Times Puts "Calm" Conservative Opponent of Obama-Care on Front Page

Surprise: Reporter Kevin Sack treated conservative concerns about health-care rationing with respect.

Times Turnaround? Concerns Over "Death Panels" Suddenly Not So Outlandish

A week after the Times declared concern over health-care rationing under Obama's reforms a "false" idea spread by conservative conspiracists, health care reporter Robert Fear says those "concerns ...
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