Nevada Doctor Shortage Bodes Ill for U.S. Medicine

Oct. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Cancer patient Mary Berg moved away from her home near Las Vegas because there were no doctors in Nevada that specialized in her type of tumor. Berg's plight is an indication of the looming medical crisis as a shortfall of U.S. doctors is expected to increase ten-fold to 130,000 within 12 years. Bloomberg's Shannon Pettypiece reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Is This the End of the Great Distortion?
46:57 - Principal Global Investors Chief Executive Officer James McCaughan discusses the new rate of return and if we have come to the end of the great distortion in markets created from extraordinary monetary policy. He speaks with Vonnie Quinn, Brendan Greeley and Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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