A Battle of Anecdotes
(David Broder)WASHINGTON--The Senate debate over the patients` bill of rights has become, in large part, a battle of anecdotes--and a one-sided fight it is. Backers of the Kennedy-McCain-Edwards bill, the sweeping legislation President Bush has threatened to veto, come armed each day with stories about the youngster whose brain tumor was missed because an HMO denied his parents` request for a specialist referral or the mother whose breast cancer was ignored until it was too late. - Jun 25 1:00 AM ET
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