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UCLA Center for Health Policy Research experts and research are featured in hundreds of media outlets each year, on topics ranging from the impact of California's budget on health care programs for the poor, to the proposed repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, to the fight to end language barriers at the doctor's office.

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Politifact

How California can break down barriers to brest cancer treatment

Villaraigosa neglects key facts in claim single-payer ‘forces seniors off Medicare
Los Angeles Times What the $52-billion Cigna purchase of Express Scripts means for consumers
California Political Review  Union Ballot Measure Campaign Takes Aim at Stanford Health Care- Wants Government Control
Broady- VICE Why today's teens are more likely than ever to be gender nonconforming.
Voice of San Diego Sacramento Report: Atkins Wants Limits Removed for Low Income Women Receiving Cancer Care
Medpage Today Can Three Huge Employers Reshape Healthcare?
WHYY A mother's dilemma: Get cancer meds and risk deportation, or hide and surely die
Windstream Amazon, Berkshire and JPMorgan healthcare effort may be more about small fixes than sweeping change
California Health Report Teen Exposure to Air Pollution Could Reduce IQ Levels long term

The Hospitalist

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