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Basic Patient Safety Reforms Would Save 85,000 Lives and $35 Billion a year, Public Citizen Report Says


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(7/11/12) npdb-report-2012 pdf document [866 KB]

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(3/27/12) hr5-vote-chart pdf document [132 KB]

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(2/14/12) PC-Statement-for-House-Subcommittee-on-Health pdf document [659 KB]

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(10/12/11) Report: A Failed Experiment 10-11-11 pdf document [300 KB]

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(12/17/09) Texas Liability Limits pdf document [189 KB]

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(5/9/06) Claims of a Doctor Supply Crisis Not Supported by Facts pdf document [63 KB]

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(5/9/06) Frist, Do No Harm! Senate Majority Leader Pushes Bills That Deny Injured Patients Their Legal Remedies, Protect Profits of HCA, the Family Business, and Others pdf document [104 KB]

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(5/9/06) How S. 23 Discriminates Against Women pdf document [23 KB]

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(5/9/06) S. 22: Injustice Texas Style pdf document [26 KB]

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(11/30/05) Public Citizen Fights Medical Negligence in the District of Columbia, Dec. 1, 2005

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(11/12/04) Hardvard Study Shows Limiting Doctors' Hours Can Drastically Reduce Medical Errors pdf document [75 KB]

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(10/20/04) NYPIRG/Public Citizen Report Debunks So-Called Doctor Crisis in New York State pdf document [12 KB]

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(8/10/04) Medical Malpractice Briefing Book pdf document [356 KB]

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(8/10/04) Setting the Record Straight on Medical Malpractice and the Tort System

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(8/4/04) Oregon’s Increased Number of Doctors: Government Data Refutes Medical Lobby Claims

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(4/23/04) Testimony of Frank Clemente Before the Oklahoma Legislature Joint Committee Hearing on HB 2661 pdf document [57 KB]

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(3/30/04) Medical Misdiagnosis in Georgia: Challenging the Medical Malpractice Claims of the Doctors' Lobby

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(3/4/04) The Facts About Medical Malpractice in Pennsylvania

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(2/15/04) Georgia: The Facts About Medical Malpractice


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