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WHO CARES: Chronic Illness in America
WHO CARES: Chronic Illness in America

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Will DublinRachel MontCharles M. Cutler, M.D.Richard BringewattEleanor ThorntonAndrea DavisSuzanne MintzDr. Keith AblowTerrell CannonArthur CaplanDr. Pedro Jose GreerSusan Dentzer
Dr. Keith AblowRichard BringewattArthur CaplanTerrell Cannon
Charles M. Cutler, M.D.Andrea DavisSusan DentzerRev. Will Dublin
Dr. Pedro Jose GreerSuzanne MintzRachel MontEleanor Thornton

Arthur Caplan has been the director of the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania for the past seven years. He writes a regular column on bioethics for MSNBC and is the author of several books on ethics and health care. His latest books are "Ethics and Organ Transplants," and "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" Among his many professional activities, he serves as Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability at the Department of Health and Human Services.
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Art Caplan targets the media for ignoring the chronic care story.
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