Buckley Report: Effects of the Affordable Care Act

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President Obama said the Affordable Care Act would provide health care for the more than 30 million people who weren't getting it. But what if there's no longer a doctor to care for those patients?

In the video above, hear from some doctors who say that may happen--all because of simple economics.

The doctors share their ideas on what can save America's medical system in a future Buckley Report.

The nation's medical schools said that, at the current graduation rate, the country will be short 150,000 doctors 15 years from now.

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