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This is part two of our globe-spanning story about drugs, patents, and YouTube megastar John Green. more
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Easily the most important podcast out there. All Americans need to listen to and support this show.
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I have listened so some episodes more than once and shared with many clients. So helpful and educational and hopefully will help change the US medical system for the better.
I really love this podcast, especially the later episodes as they start to present practical information from experts and summaries of actual fights over coverage. Many of the tips, such as your rights when dealing with bill collectors, should be part of basic financial literacy but aren’t widely known. Unlike many podcasts, this one has no filler - if there is an interview, you hear just clips of the key questions and answers - none of the small talk and “thanks for being here/having me” that y... more
Great podcast with practical tips. However, I wish the healthcare offenders would be named and shamed. Not in a way to break laws, but just the facts. This, I believe, would do amazing good to perform this broken industry.
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An Arm and a Leg launched 5 years ago and published 110 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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