SPOTLIGHT: Edwards plan offers some surprises

Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards has come forward with his plan for health reform. While some of his proposals are the same old boilerplate, a few--such as removing patents for breakthrough drugs and requiring health plans to spend 85 percent of premiums on patient care--could generate a few interesting debates. Article

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