President Bush and Senator Kerry both have health care proposals, and they differ widely in substance and in philosophy. One favors a market-based; the other would give government a bigger role in caring for the uninsured. And with polls showing health care as a top issue in voters’ minds, the candidate with the right diagnosis for what ails America just might win.
Sheila Moran, Executive Director for Mobile Health Outreach in Charlotte, North Carolina
Sheila Wessenberg, an uninsured cancer patient from Dallas, Texas
Stuart Altman, Professor of National Health Policy at the Heller School at Brandeis University — has been an advisor on health care to both Republican and Democratic Presidents for the last 35 years