The Bottom Line: The Truth Behind Private Health Care in Canada
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The Bottom Line: The Truth Behind Private Health Care in Canada

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The Alberta government has been looking to the private sector—and in particular to private health insurance—to solve health care problems. In this highly readable and well-researched book, Diana Gibson and Colleen Fuller get to the real story behind private health insurance and offer viable solutions for strengthening Canada’s public health care system from within.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Newest Publishers
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Every Canadian should read this book. It should be mandatory reading for school children and university students
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