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The Hospital Treated These Patients. Then It Sued Them.

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 3 September 2019
Most hospitals do not frequently take patients to court over medical debt. But since 2015, Carlsbad Medical Center, in New Mexico, has filed lawsuits by the thousands.
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he Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office has arrested some notorious criminals, but now it’s going after another killer — cancer. The sheriff’s office, along with Littleton Adventist Hospital, is partnering with Denver7 to fight prostate and breast cancer in Colorado. Starting Sept. 1, the...

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