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THE TREATMENT NOVEMBER 2, 2009

Daily Treatment, Man Bites Dog Edition

More competition among insurers isn't always a good thing. (Austin Frakt, Incidental Economist)

Dealing with Medicare is usually easier (or at least less difficult) than dealing with private insurers. (Joe Paduda, Managed Care Matters)

The public option won't make a huge difference. (Eric Pianin, Mary Agnes Carey, Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News and Janet Adamy, Wall Street Journal)

Obama's health care strategy: Brilliant! (Robert Pear and Sheryl Gay Stolberg, New York Times)

Why we should eat dogs. And not the kind you get at the ballpark. (Jonathan Safran Foer, Wall Street Journal

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