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Longreads pick: The story of "a band of rebels" working to improve health care

Speaking of Longreads, I just learned that an article from Stanford Medicine made last week's list of Top 5 Longreads of the Week. In case you haven't yet seen it, Kris Newby's piece focuses on a group of Stanford physicians aiming to make health care better and more affordable.

Previously: Uncommon hero: A young oncologist fights for more humane cancer care and New Stanford center to address inefficient health care delivery

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