ELECTION 2000: Do Presidential Candidates Have a Right to Medical Privacy?
Be still my fibrillating heart. How much did Bill Bradley's disclosures about his heart ailment have to do with his disappointing showing in the Iowa caucuses? On the eve of the New Hampshire primaries, the health of those who would be president is once again on the national agenda. California Healthline columnist Jeff Stryker asks how much the public has a right to know about the health of the leader of the free world.
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