Remarks at Georgetown University Medical Center

Clinton, William J.
August 1997
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;8/11/97, Vol. 33 Issue 32, p1218
Government Documents
Presents the remarks of US President Bill Clinton on August 8, 1997 at the Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Comments on the progress of medical sciences in the nation; Impact of his approved legislation expanding Medicare on medical services in the country.


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