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form of medicine is taking us. Days
later, a congressional health committee
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among his medical colleagues—for
testimony about how to fix the nation’s
crumbling healthcare system.
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Cardiologist Mimi Guarneri is
medical director and founder of the
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cine, a multi-disciplinary center that
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