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December 18, 2007

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Dan Keldsen

Hi there - definitely an interesting movement afoot in Healthcare, and I was happy to be mentioned in the Economist article. Not my best quote, but I'll take what I can get! ;) I suppose the good news in healthcare is that "consumer generated content" these days is also increasingly including real doctors, and the feedback from people who have lived (or are living through) healthcare issues. High time - but a long way to go.

Dale Hunscher

I thought it was a great quote, so if it's not your best, the rest must be something else!

Yes, this is a truly exciting time to be in this strange and wonderful domain.

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