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My guess is that people like John Edwards will never have to look hard to find a doctor, but I'd love it if there were some poetic justice in the world in this case.<?i>

You might enjoy this from a USA Today article: http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2004-06-13-med-malpractice_x.htm


In New Hampshire, Tim Coughlin, president of the New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association, recalls an angry confrontation last fall with RickMiller, a neurosurgeon from Portsmouth, N.H. Miller told Coughlin, 40, that because Coughlin lobbied against limits on malpractice suits, Miller would refuse him treatment.

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"He's known as the best neurosurgeon on the Sea Coast. If I had a brain situation, I would hope he would operate on me regardless of my position" on malpractice suits. "But he's told me he wouldn't."


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