Desire for Health Care Reform So "Universal," It Even Includes Doctors

Opponents of national health always cite the supposed opposition of medical professionals as one of the reasons it can never work here. But according to researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine,
More than half of U.S. doctors now favor switching to a national health care plan and fewer than a third oppose the idea, according to a survey published on Monday.

The survey suggests that opinions have changed substantially since the last survey in 2002 and as the country debates serious changes to the health care system.

Of more than 2,000 doctors surveyed, 59 percent said they support legislation to establish a national health insurance program, while 32 percent said they opposed it, researchers reported in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine.
The rest of the story: Reuters.

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